Dataset: ASU
Taxa: Theaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Vascular Plant Herbarium


ASU
Gordonia fruticosa (Schrad.) H.Keng
ASU0050556O. S. Ribas; J. M. Silva   19321997-07-26
Brazil, Parana, Serra do Ara├žatuba (Mun. Guaratuba)., -25.883413 -48.576213, 1300m

ASU
Gordonia fruticosa (Schrad.) H.Keng
ASU0050557J. M. Silva; O. S. Ribas, F. Deodato   17001996-09-07
Brazil, Parana, Serra Ibitiraquire, subida ao Pico Parana (Mun. Campina Grande do Sul)., -25.306314 -49.052184, 1300m

ASU
Gordonia fruticosa (Schrad.) H.Keng
ASU0323680   2009-08-06
Peru, Jenaro Herrera 1; JH1, -4.8991 -73.6468, 124m

ASU
Gordonia fruticosa (Schrad.) H.Keng
ASU0323677   2009-08-02
Peru, Jenaro Herrera 1; JH1, -4.8991 -73.6468, 124m

ASU
Gordonia fruticosa (Schrad.) H.Keng
ASU0323678   2009-08-05
Peru, Jenaro Herrera 1; JH1, -4.8991 -73.6468, 124m

ASU
Gordonia fruticosa (Schrad.) H.Keng
ASU0323716   2010-02-07
Peru, Huampal; HPL, -10.18729 -75.5773, 1040m

ASU
Gordonia fruticosa (Schrad.) H.Keng
ASU0323703   2010-11-15
Ecuador, El Cedral, -0.12407 -78.56722, 2385m

ASU
Gordonia fruticosa (Schrad.) H.Keng
ASU0323712   2010-11-16
Ecuador, El Cedral, -0.12407 -78.56722, 2385m

ASU
Gordonia fruticosa (Schrad.) H.Keng
ASU0323711   2010-11-16
Ecuador, El Cedral, -0.12407 -78.56722, 2385m

ASU
Gordonia fruticosa (Schrad.) H.Keng
   2013-07-23
Peru, Trocha Union; TRU-04, -13.10595 -71.58932, 2719m

ASU
Gordonia fruticosa (Schrad.) H.Keng
   2013-07-23
Peru, Trocha Union; TRU-04, -13.10595 -71.58932, 2719m

ASU
Gordonia fruticosa (Schrad.) H.Keng
   2013-07-23
Peru, Trocha Union; TRU-04, -13.10595 -71.58932, 2719m

ASU
Laplacea fruticosa (Schrad.) Kobuski
ASU0050558G. Hatschbach   483331984-09-17
Brazil, Bahia, Andarai, arredores., -11.71255 -40.62582


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