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

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San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
A. C. Saunders   84551988-08-25
Mexico, Colima, Unknown, Rancho Jabali, La Atarjea, a canyon SE of Hda. San Antonio, along road from Jabali to Comala, 19.43667 -103.70833, 1300m

SD:Plants
F. Ventura A.   8751970-04-10
Mexico, Veracruz, Teocelo, Santa Rosa, 1200m

SD:Plants
F. Ventura A.   58661972-08-15
Mexico, Veracruz, Catemaco, ChochovĀ”, 500m

SD:Plants
C. M. CalderĀ¢n   7821966-05-09
Mexico, Oaxaca, Comaltepec, Carretera Tuxtepec a Oaxaca, Sierra de Juarez, KM 152, 900m

SD:Plants
Siparuna echinata (Kunth) A. DC.
V Zak   19231987-04-16
Ecuador, Pichincha, Unknown, Carretera Quito-Calacali-Nebli., 2150m

SD:Plants
Siparuna echinata (Kunth) A. DC.
Vlastimil Zak   20671987-06-26
Ecuador, Pichincha, Unknown, Carretera Quito-Nono, entre Nono y Rundopamba, -0.05 -78.58333, 2700m


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