Dataset: SD-Plants
Taxa: Calceolariaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
Helen V. Witham   65-16391969-09-30
United States, Unknown, U. C. Botanic Garden, Berkeley.

SD:Plants
Rzedowski   198911965-05-27
Mexico, Mexico, Tlalmanalco, 3.0 km al E de San Rafael, 2700m

SD:Plants
Rogers McVaugh   220391962-11-03
Mexico, Jalisco, Unknown, 3-5 miles northwest of San Miguel de la Sierra (ca. 40 km airline, west of Ayutla)., 2000m

SD:Plants
W. A. Weber   7961976-11-09
Chile, Santiago, Unknown, 8.0 km west of Tiltil; on east slope of Cuesta de la Dormida., 1000m

SD:Plants
Vlastimil Zak   33851988-01-16
Ecuador, Unknown, Carretera Pimampiro-Chuga-Palmar Chico; entre Chuga y Palmar Chico., 0.41667 -77.75, 2800m

SD:Plants
W. A. Weber   8741976-11-11
Chile, Santiago, Unknown, Northwest of Santiago at junction of Caleu and Rungue roads, north of Tiltil., 700m

SD:Plants
Helen V. Witham   5281969-09-30
United States, California, Unknown, U. C. Botanic Garden, Berkeley. #59-1555-1


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