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

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San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
B. Rothschild   801990-11-16
Mexico, Jalisco, La Huerta, Along road to Qu‚maro area, 26.1 km northwest of Chamela Biological Field Station, on Highway 200. Disturbed area. In shallow water.

SD:Plants
B. Rothschild   801990-11-16
Mexico, Jalisco, La Huerta, Along road to Qu‚maro area, 26.1 km northwest of Chamela Biological Field Station on Highway 200. Disturbed area. In shallow water.

SD:Plants
P. Allely   s.n.1994-10-07
United States, California, San Diego, Encinitas, Quail Botanical Garden

SD:Plants
P. Allely   s.n.1994-10-07
United States, California, San Diego, Encinitas, Quail Botanical Gardens

SD:Plants
R. Cox   s.n.1992-08-18
United States, California, San Diego, Encinitas, Quail Botanical Gardens

SD:Plants
R. Cox   s.n.1992-08-18
United States, California, San Diego, Encinitas, Quial Botanical Gardens

SD:Plants
H. H. Bartlett   119551931-02-19
British Honduras, El Cayo, Unknown, Branch mouth below El Cayo.

SD:Plants
Warren Douglas Stevens   13721971-08-03
Mexico, Guerrero, Unknown, Along Highway 15, about 1.8 miles south of Grutas de Cacahuamilpa. Occasional in cracks in limestone.

SD:Plants
F. Ventura A.,   118211975-09-17
Mexico, Veracruz, Puente Nacional, Mata de Ca¤a., 100m

SD:Plants
C. I. Jerabek   s.n.1945-04-01
United States, California, San Diego, Ex hort, Balboa Park, San Diego.

SD:Plants
Ctenanthe oppenheimiana (É.Morren) K.Schum.
R. Cox   s.n.1990-06-13
United States, California, San Diego, Encinitas, Quail Botanical Garden

SD:Plants
Ctenanthe oppenheimiana (É.Morren) K.Schum.
C. I. Jerabek   s.n.1944-12-01
United States, California, San Diego, Ex hort, Balboa Park, San Diego.

SD:Plants
G. Mart¡nez C.   22881970-05-15
Mexico, Veracruz, Unknown, Estaci¢n Biol¢gica de los Tuxtlas, San Andreas Tuxtla., 170m


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