Dataset: BRIT
Search Criteria: Guatemala; San Marcos; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Botanical Research Institute of Texas


BRIT:SMU
BRIT433675Louis O. Williams   s.n.1963-12-13
Guatemala, San Marcos, Sierra Madre Mountains about 6 km. (airline) north of San Marcos, dept. San Marcos., 2700m

BRIT:SMU
BRIT433716Louis O. Williams   269711965-01-01
Guatemala, San Marcos, Outer slopes of Tajumulco Volcano, Sierra Madre Mountains about 8-10 km. west of San Marcos., 2300m

BRIT:SMU
BRIT433832Louis O. Williams   258711963-12-13
Guatemala, San Marcos, Sierra Madre Mountains about 6 km. (airline) north of San Marcos.

BRIT:SMU
BRIT444878Louis O. Williams   259641963-12-10
Guatemala, San Marcos, Wet mountain forest near Aldea Fraternidad, between San Rafael Pie de la Cuesta and Palo Gordo, west facing slope of the Sierra Madre Mountains., 1800 - 2400m

BRIT:SMU
BRIT444870Louis O. Williams   271681965-01-03
Guatemala, San Marcos, Outer slopes of Tajumulco Volcano, Sierra Madre Mountains, about 10 km. west of San Marcos., 2400 - 2700m

BRIT
BRIT478990Louis O. Williams   257341963-12-10
Guatemala, San Marcos, Near Aldea Fraternidad, between San Rafael Pie de la Cuesta and Palo Gordo, west facing slope of the Sierra Madre Mountains., 1800 - 2400m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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