Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Anthurium albertiae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
Anthurium albertiae Croat & D.C.Bay
V0460374FT. B. Croat   710161990-02-27
COLOMBIA

Harvard University Herbaria


Harvard:GH
Anthurium albertiae T. B. Croat & D. C. Bay
barcode-01635394T. B. Croat & D. C. Bay   757911993-07-16
Colombia, Valle del Cauca, Bajo Calima Region; along road between Buenaventura and Málaga, Km 51.7 from main Cali-Buenaventura Hwy., 4.05 -77.0833333333

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
355797Thomas B. Croat&Jonathan Watt   703981990-02-09
Colombia, Valle del Cauca, Buenaventura, Bajo Calima Region: along road between Buenaventura and Málaga at Km 51.3 in deep gorge in virgin forest along road., 4.15 -77.18

MO:Tropicos
356044Thomas B. Croat   710161990-02-27
Colombia, Valle del Cauca, Buenaventura, Region of Bajo Calima; Along road between Buenaøventura and Málaga; at Km 51.3, deep gorge. Elev. less than 100 m., 4.15 -77.18

MO:Tropicos
363265Thomas B. Croat&Dorothy Bay   757911993-07-16
Colombia, Valle del Cauca, Buenaventura, Bajo Calima Region; along road between Buenaventura and Málaga, Km 51.7 from main Cali-Buenaventura Hwy., 4.05 -77.08

MO:Tropicos
364261Thomas B. Croat   693691988-07-18
Colombia, Valle del Cauca, Buenaventura, Bajo Calima Region between Buenaventura and Río Calima; Carre- tera Canalete, 37 km W of Cali-Buena- tura highway. Primary forest., 4.25 -77.33, 50m

MO:Tropicos
365527Thomas B. Croat&Jonathan Watt   702821990-02-06
Colombia, Valle del Cauca, Buenaventura, Bajo Calima Region: Along road between Buenaventura and Málaga, at km 31.5; virgin forest along road. Elevation less than 100 m., 4.02 -77.08

MO:Tropicos
379830Linda Albert de Escobar et al.   40141984-03-31
Colombia, Valle del Cauca, Buenaventura, Bajo Calima. Secretaria de Agricultura. Bosque Tropical Pluvial Secundario., 4 -76.97, 80m


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