Dataset: IRVC
Search Criteria: Brazil; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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IRVC - University of California, Irvine Herbarium


IRVC
Passiflora ambigua Hemsl. ex Hook. fil.
IRVC106172John Smiley   461980-05-24
Brazil, City of Belem, Mocambo., 10m

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Passiflora ambigua Hemsl. ex Hook. fil.
IRVC106187John Smiley   461980-05-24
Brazil, City of Belem, Mocambo, 10m

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IRVC106201John Smiley   431980-05-24
Brazil, City of Belem, Mocambo., 10m

IRVC
IRVC106216John Smiley   301980-06-01
Brazil, Para State: City of Pelem, Pirelli Plantation., 10m

IRVC
IRVC106221John Smiley   471980-05-24
Brazil, city pf Belem Mocambo, 10m

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IRVC106227John Smiley   321980-06-01
Brazil, City of Belem, Pirelli Plantation, 10m

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IRVC106231John Smiley   281980-06-01
Brazil, City of Belem, Pirelli Rubber Plantation., 10m

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IRVC106247John Smiley   481980-05-26
Brazil, City of Belem, Granja Maratuon

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IRVC106248John Smiley   451980-05-25
Brazil, City of Belem, Granja Marathon., 10m

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IRVC106250John Smiley   531980-06-02
Brazil, City of Belem, Pirelli Plantation.

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IRVC106251John Smiley   521980-06-02
Brazil, City of Belem, Pirelli Plantation.

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IRVC109634John Smiley   441980-05-25
Brazil, City of Belem, Granja Marathon, 10m

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Hyptis lappulacea Mart. ex Benth.
IRVC112334Reitz; Klein   117661962-08-01
Brazil, Santa Catarina, Taquara Verde, Cacador, 800m

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Hyptis lappulacea Mart. ex Benth.
IRVC112335Reitz; Klein   109171961-03-24
Brazil, Santa Catarina, Morro do Campo Alegre, Sao Francisco do Sul, 1200m

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Sconicerus sebiricus
IRVC112364R. Klein   25221961-09-26
Brazil, Santa Catarina, Itajai, 5m

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Sconurus sibiricus
IRVC112365R. Klein   26051961-10-04
Brazil, Santa Catarina, Azambuja, Brusque, 30m


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