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

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


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OBI132293Robert J. Rodin   87631973-01-02
Costa Rica, on Mt. Irazu in canyon with forest trees, 2438m

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Phrygilanthus sonorae (S. Wats.) Standl.
OBI132282David Keil   167751983-01-11
Mexico, Baja California Sur, 6.1 miles SE of San Bartolo and 0.5 mile north along dirt road from Mexico Route 1, 23.71167 -109.77, 177m

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Struthanthus haenkeanus (Presl) Standl.
OBI132290David J. Keil   165881983-01-00
Mexico, Sonora, Guaymas, Nacapule Canyon north of Guaymas near Bahia San Carlos; just north of Cerro Navarro and south of Cerro la Pinolas; NE of Tetas de Cabra; 6.3 mi west of hwy 15 on rd to San Carlos and 4.4 mi N on dirt road, 28.01667 -111.05

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Tapinanthus oleifolius (Wendl.) Danser
OBI132291Robert J. Rodin   89131973-02-13
Namibia, At Oshikango.

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Tristerix longebracteatus (Desr.) Barlow & Wiens
OBI132292Kay Antunez de Mayolo   3241977-08-23
Peru, Ancash, 12 kms. east of Cahuish Tunnel, 3750m


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