Dataset: COL
Search Criteria: BELICE; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Herbario Nacional Colombiano


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Rinorea Aubl.
174939J. D. Dwyer   125851974-06-02
BELICE, Mile 20-35, Northern Highway.

COL
321056Gerrit Davidse   326101987-03-18
BELICE, Entre Sarteneja y Chunox., 10 - 10m

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mayanum Lundell
331457Thomas B. Croat   237631973-06-03
BELICE, District of CAYO: Vicinity of La Flor at Río de la Flor; 6 miles S of Grano de Oro., 1700 - 2000m

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Connarus lambertii (DC.) Sagot
559063J. D. Dwyer   123771974-05-25
BELICE, Belize district. Mile 9, Western Highway.

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Connarus lambertii (DC.) Sagot
559062Percy H. Gentle   38361941-12-05
BELICE, British Honduras. Swasey Branch, Monkey River.

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Magnolia poasana (Pittier) Dandy
582915Gerrit Davidse | D.L. Holland   367561997-05-24
BELICE, Toledo. Southern Maya Mountains, Bladen Nature Reserva, Main Ridge of the Maya Mountains., 16.497222 -88.992222, 980 - 1020m

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Solanum nigrescens M. Martens & Galeotti
445092T. P. Ramamoorthy   35931982-05-01
BELICE, Carretera a Belmopan


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