Dataset: ASU-MYRT
Taxa: Eugenia tapacumensis (Eugenia tapacumensis var. latifolia)
Search Criteria: Peru; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History

V0348998FG. Klug   42711936-03-15
Peru, San Martín

D. N. Smith   30961983-01-12
Peru, Pasco, Oxapampa, -10.5667 -75.4


Missouri Botanical Garden

310402Robin Foster & D. Smith   91791982-10-15
Peru, Junin, Tarma-Chanchamayo border: Río Tulumayo drainage: Rondayacu. Tributary valley and spur road N of Monobamba, 45 km S of San Ramón. Forest slopes dominated by Podocarpus, below steep head wall., -11.3 -75.33, 1800m

Naturalis Biodiversity Center

U.1441466Klug G   1936-03-01
Peru, Department of San Martin: Juan Jui, Alto Rio Huallaga.

New York Botanical Garden

Eugenia tapacumensis O.Berg O.Berg
557774G. Klug   42711936-03-00
Peru, San Martín, Juan Jui, Alto Río Hualiaga, -7.179499 -76.730683, 400 - 800m

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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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