Dataset: OBI
Taxa: Bromeliaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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OBI - Robert F. Hoover Herbarium, Cal Poly State University


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OBI144346David Keil; Melissa Luckow   151081981-08-26
Mexico, Jalisco, 8 miles N of El Tuito along Hwy 200., 579m

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OBI167974Bonnie C. Templeton   89101960-09-22
Mexico, Colima, between Pihuamo and Colima

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OBI178340Kay Atunez de Mayolo   971975-02-11
Peru, Madre de Dios, Collected near homesite 5km. west of Puerto Maldonado, Department of Madre de Dios., 350m

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OBI144338David Keil   94731972-09-19
Honduras, Distrito Central: 14 km E of Tecucigalpa on Honduras Rte 4 (road to El Zamorano)

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OBI144345Dave Keil   168681983-01-13
Mexico, Sonora, 7 miles E of jctn w/ Mexico Rte 15 along Masiaca - Alamos rd., 61m

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OBI144344David Keil; Tom Daniel; Mark Mohlenbrock; Mary Butterwick; Peg Gallagher; Dennis Wood   168681983-01-13
Mexico, Sonora, 7 miles E of jctn w/Mexico Rte 15 along Masiaca-Alamos rd., 61m

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OBI144339F. W. Wakefield III   51963-05-18
Mexico, Jalisco, Puerto Vallarta, on the low trail to Playa de La Estacas S of Puerto Vallarta

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OBI144342David Keil; Judith M. Canne   87901971-09-12
Mexico, Sinaloa, Sinaloa, Sand dunes and salt marsh at Altata

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OBI144341David Keil; Melissa Luckow   190491985-12-29
United States, Arizona, Santa Cruz, Sycamore Canyon in Atacosa Mtns NW of Nogales., 1219m

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OBI144343David Keil; Judith M. Canne   92101971-09-22
Mexico, Veracruz, 33.5 miles E of Pozo Rica on Mexico Federal Rt 180.

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OBI144340Trudy Brenamen   1960-11-10
United States, Florida, Pinellas, St. Petersburg, 3m


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