Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Duguetia gentryi
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Herbario Nacional Colombiano


COL
285860E. Rentería A.   23141980-06-18
Colombia, Antioquia, Segovia, Rio Segovia., 7.095245 -74.67796, 330 - 400m

COL
285879E. Rentería A.   23671980-06-20
Colombia, Antioquia, Rionegro, El Rio Segovia., 7.095245 -74.67796, 330 - 400m

Herbario Universidad de Antioquia, Colombia


HUA
9690Rentería E. | Cogollo A. | Hoyos S. | Mejía B. | Vásquez G. | Estrada C. | Brand J. | Carvajal M.   23141980-06-18
Colombia, Antioquia, Segovia, El Río, 7.2866 -74.595, 330 - 330m

HUA
117499Fonnegra R. | Benavides J. | Curso Taxonomía de Plantas Vasculares.   70681999-10-22
Colombia, Antioquia, Puerto Berrío, Margen derecha de la quebrada Malena, 6.4572376 -74.5238698, 200 - 200m

HUA
130758Vélez J. | David H. | Serpa M.   47302001-11-28
Colombia, Antioquia, Puerto Berrío, Vereda San Juan, hacienda San Juan de Bedout, 6.5969444 -74.4475, 190 - 190m

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
1476782James A. Duke   87431966-09-13
Panama, Darién, Peak ca. 300 ft high between Río Balsa and Río Areti at their confluence, 7.63 -77.83, 91m

MO:Tropicos
752084Al Gentry&Hermes Cuadros   637321988-07-25
Colombia, Cordoba, Junction of Río Tigre and Río Manso, Paramillo National Park. TRANSECT No. 1, 7.5 -76.08, 200m

MO:Tropicos
752144Al Gentry&Hermes Cuadros   639461988-07-29
Colombia, Cordoba, Junction of Río Tigre and Río Manso, Paramillo National Park. TRANSECT No. 10, 7.5 -76.08, 200m

MO:Tropicos
754745Al Gentry&Hermes Cuadros   637841988-07-26
Colombia, Cordoba, Junction of Río Tigre and Río Manso, Paramillo National Park. TRANSECT No. 3, 7.5 -76.08, 200m

MO:Tropicos
1743760E. Renteria   2314
Colombia, Antioquia, Segovia

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
U.1072139Gentry AH; Cuadros V; Groves H   1988-07-25
Colombia, Córdoba, 7.5 -76.083333


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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