Dataset: FLAS
Search Criteria: Peru; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Florida Herbarium


FLAS
Puccinia abrupta Dietel & Holw.
FLAS-F-44406Worth, Morrisson   1938-09-29
Peru, Mollendo, Hills 5 mi. N of Mollendo

FLAS
Phragmidium subcorticium (Schrank) G. Winter
FLAS-F-46519A.S. Muller   1957-04-25
Peru, Hyancuyo

FLAS
FLAS-F-46517A.S. Muller   1957-04-25
Peru, Huancayo, -13.986111 -72.421667, 3048m

FLAS
FLAS-F-55659S.W. Dunkle   1990-06-25
Peru, Loreto Dept., Explorama Inn, 25 miles NE of Iquitos, -3.491813 -72.996003

FLAS
FLAS-F-55657S.W. Dunkle   1990-06-25
Peru, Loreto Dept, Explorama Inn, 25 mi NE of Iquitos, -3.491813 -72.996003

FLAS
FLAS-F-55658S.W. Dunkle   1990-06-25
Peru, Loreto Dept., Explorama Inn, 25 miles NE of Iquitos; -3.491813 -72.996003, -3.491813 -72.996003

FLAS
Corynelia oreophila (Speg.) Starb├Ąck
FLAS-F-59898Barbour   32591978-08-28
Peru, Bagua, Cordillera Colon, east of La Pace, -4.95 -79.866667, 3000m


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