Dataset: NY
Taxa: Hygrophoropsidaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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New York Botanical Garden

Hygrophoropsis aurantiaca (Wulfen:Fr.) Maire
796050R. E. Halling   81012001-06-02
Costa Rica, San José, Dota, 5 km SW of Cerro de la Muerte, Albergue de Montaña, Savegre, 9.5506 -83.8075, 2200 - 2200m

Hygrophoropsis panamensis Singer
775198K. P. Dumont   Dumont - PA21701975-07-04
Panama, Chiriquí, Vicinity Aguacate, ca. 7 Km NE. from the El Hato del Volcan - Cerro Punta Road, 6500 - 6500m

Tapinella panuoides (Batsch) Gilbert
460500R. E. Halling   79522000-06-27
Costa Rica, San José, Perez Zeledón, Cuerici Biological Station, 9.5583 -83.6778, 2650 - 2650m

Tapinella atrotomentosa (Batsch) Å utara (Batsch) Å utara
796018R. E. Halling   72881994-06-13
Costa Rica, Cartago, Guarco, 5 km E of km 31 of Interamerican Highway, near town of Estrella., 9.7678 -83.9553, 1685 - 1720m

Hygrophoropsis morganii (Peck) H.E.Bigelow (Peck) H.E.Bigelow
00796180R. E. Halling   84262003-06-24
Costa Rica, San José, Dota, 500 km S of Interamerican Highway on road to San Gerardo., 9.602161 -83.791006, 3000 - 3000m

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Google Map

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