Dataset: F
Taxa: Desmophlebiaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History Pteridophyte Collection


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Desmophlebium lechleri (Mett.) Mynssen et al.
C0665051FT. S. Wachter   1661985-12-03
Peru, Cusco, Paucartambo

F
Desmophlebium lechleri (Mett.) Mynssen et al.
C0665048FG. T. Prance   50061968-06-06
Brazil, Amazonas, Serra da Lua, Rio Urubu, between Cachoeira Iracema and Natal

F
Desmophlebium lechleri (Mett.) Mynssen et al.
R. B. Foster   107051985-12-12
Peru, Madre de Dios

F
Desmophlebium lechleri (Mett.) Mynssen et al.
W. C. Burger   111171978-09-17
Costa Rica, Alajuela, Along the upper Río Sarapiquí, near Cariblanco and along the road to Colonia Virgen del Socorro, 10.3 -84.166667, 800m

F
Desmophlebium lechleri (Mett.) Mynssen et al.
C0665031FH. P. Fuchs   221641967-02-11
Colombia, Chocó, On the right bank of Rio Baudo, about 1 km upstream from the village of Port Pizarro

F
Desmophlebium lechleri (Mett.) Mynssen et al.
C0665045FR. S. Cowan   313961951-02-12
Venezuela, Amazonas, Serranía Parú, Río Parú, Caño Asísa, 1800m

F
Desmophlebium lechleri (Mett.) Mynssen et al.
W. C. Burger   111171978-09-17
Costa Rica, Alajuela, Along the upper Río Sarapiquí, near Cariblanco and along the road to Colonia Virgen del Socorro, 10.3 -84.166667, 800m

F
Desmophlebium lechleri (Mett.) Mynssen et al.
C0665044F[collector unknown]   s.n.
Guyana, Essequibo River

F
Desmophlebium lechleri (Mett.) Mynssen et al.
C0665046FB. Maguire   277281948-12-17
Venezuela, Amazonas, Between Savanna Camp and Phelps Camp

F
Desmophlebium lechleri (Mett.) Mynssen et al.
C0637621FG. Herrera C.   79851995-06-19
Costa Rica, Cartago, Turrialba, Tayutic, basin of Rio Jicotea, 9.781944 -83.554167, 1200m

F
Desmophlebium lechleri (Mett.) Mynssen et al.
C0665047FJ. A. Steyermark   751741953-04-20
Venezuela, Bolívar, NW part of Abacapa-tepui, 1300m

F
Desmophlebium lechleri (Mett.) Mynssen et al.
C0665029FJ. Cuatrecasas   170451944-04-21
Colombia, Valle del Cauca, Costa del Pacífico, Río Cajambre, Barco (Pacific Coast, Cajambre River, Barco), 5 - 80m

F
Desmophlebium lechleri (Mett.) Mynssen et al.
C0665030FJ. Cuatrecasas   170451944-04-21
Colombia, Valle del Cauca, Costa del Pacífico, Río Cajambre, Barco (Pacific Coast, Cajambre River, Barco), 5 - 80m

F
Desmophlebium lechleri (Mett.) Mynssen et al.
C0665049FB. Øllgaard   992401991-10-21
Ecuador, Zamora-Chinchipe, Miazi, junction Rio Chumbiriatza to Rio Nangaritza, -4.316667 -78.666667, 950 - 1200m

F
Desmophlebium lechleri (Mett.) Mynssen et al.
C0665050FRod. Vasquez   241321997-07-24
Peru, Amazonas, Condorcanqui, El Cenepa, Comunidad de Tutino, Cerro Tutino, 600m

F
Desmophlebium lechleri (Mett.) Mynssen et al.
C0637620FO. Valverde   6221998-01-26
Costa Rica, San José, Tarrazú, San Lorenzo, Cerro Pito and Cerro Toro, 9.580556 -84.069444, 1200 - 1400m

F
Desmophlebium lechleri (Mett.) Mynssen et al.
C0675324FI. Huamantupa   154972011-08-08
Peru, Amazonas, Condorcanqui, Río Santiago District. Upper western slopes of the Kampankis range, ~20 km east of Puerto Galilea. Near Campsite #2 (Quebrada Katerpiza) on Rapid Biological and Social Inventory #24., -4.042919 -77.541225, 1345 - 1345m

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Desmophlebium lechleri (Mett.) Mynssen et al.
M. A. Ríos Paredes et al.   2013-09-29
Peru, Loreto, Alto Amazonas, Balsapuerto, Campsite #3 (Alto Cahuapanas) on Rapid Biological and Social Inventory #26., -5.66438889 -76.839, 1000 - 1350m

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Desmophlebium lechleri (Mett.) Mynssen et al.
C0675754FB. Maguire   277281948-12-17
Venezuela, Amazonas, Between Savanna Camp and Phelps Camp

F
Desmophlebium lechleri (Mett.) Mynssen et al.
C0385442FV. Uliana   13922005-08-10
Peru, Loreto, Requena, Campsite #1 (Ojo de Contaya), between Sierra de Contamana and Rio Tapiche, -7.11597222 -74.58850833, 250 - 400m


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