Dataset: FLAS
Taxa: Thecaphora
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Florida Herbarium


FLAS
Thecaphora deformans Durieu & Mont.
FLAS-F-07433C. F. Baker   N.A.F. 22641893-07-00
USA, Colorado, Larimer, Fort Collins, 40.58526 -105.084423

FLAS
Thecaphora cuneata (Schofield) G.P. Clinton
FLAS-F-07435Ellis & Everhart   N.A.F. 35651896-10-00
United States, Nebraska, Lancaster, Havelock, 40.850278 -96.63418

FLAS
Thecaphora cuneata (Schofield) G.P. Clinton
FLAS-F-07458E. Bethel   1910-09-25
United States, Colorado, Denver, Denver, 39.739154 -104.984703

FLAS
FLAS-F-41805H.H. Hume   1948-03-28
Costa Rica, Turrialba, Interamerican Institute, 9.904666 -83.683519

FLAS
FLAS-F-07460E. Bethel   1906-08-27
United States, Colorado, Gilpin, Tolland, 39.904987 -105.589167

FLAS
FLAS-F-59868H.H. Bartlett   124791931-04-06
Guatemala, Peten, Uaxactun, 17.393611 -89.633611


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Google Map

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