Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Fuchsia boliviana
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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CAS - California Academy of Sciences Vascular Plants


CAS:BOT-BC
632346Laughlin, Robert M.   11881966-07-07
Mexico, Chiapas, San Cristobal de las Casas Municipio, Grsassy slope of Cerro San Cristóbal in San Cristóbal de las Casas., 2195m

CAS:BOT-BC
632349Breedlove, D. E.   80181964-12-23
Mexico, Chiapas, Chamula Municipio, near ranch called La Quinta south of Piedracitos, 2256m

CAS:BOT-BC
632347Breedlove, D. E.; McClintock, Elizabeth   236601972-01-10
Mexico, Chiapas, San Cristobal de las Casas Municipio, Along the streets or in the sitios of San Cristobal de las Casas., 2200m

CAS:BOT-BC
632348Breedlove, D. E.; McClintock, Elizabeth   340221973-03-07
Mexico, Chiapas, San Cristobal de las Casas Municipio, Along the streets or in the sitios of San Cristóbal de las Casas., 2200m

CDA - California Department of Food and Agriculture


CDA
CDA-0029725D.G. Kelch   3.2922003-10-27
Argentina, Salta, South of Fari del Valle., -24.8 -65.21, 1067m

Harvard University Herbaria: Vascular Plants (California, Oregon, Mexico)


Harvard-GH:GH
barcode-00979176Y. E. J. Mexia   042921937-00-00
United States of America, California, University California Botanical Garden

LOB - California State University, Long Beach Herbarium


LOB
LOB111808L. W> Lilly   41970-07-08
United States, California, Orange, .5 miles north of Newport Blvd. on Harbor Blvd, Costa Mesa., 33.664545 -117.910429

US - Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History


US
US 2420102J. West   64621936-06-24
United States, California, Univ. Calif. Bot. Gard.


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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