Dataset: CMN-CANL
Search Criteria: Costa Rica; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Canadian Museum of Nature


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CANL 119488Brodo, Irwin M.   232131978-12-31
Costa Rica, Puntarenas Prov., South of Las Cruces Tropical Botanical Garden (ca. 5-6 km SW of San Vito), Fila Cruces Ridge., 8.716667 -82.95, 1200 - 1600m

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CANL 63389Dodge, C.W.; Valerio, J.; Valerio, R.; Thomas, W.S.   61191929-00-00
Costa Rica, Heredia Prov., Cerro Central de Zurqui., 1529 - 1600m

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CANL 87450Tibell, Leif   82331978-12-30
Costa Rica, Puntarenas Prov., On old Camino Real, 3.5 km SE of Paso Real., 9 -83.2, 200m

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CANL 87469Tibell, Leif   85141979-01-09
Costa Rica, Limon Prov., 1 km NW of Pto. Limón., 10 -83.033333, 5m

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Pyxine daedalea Krog & R. Sant.
CANL 95093Krog, Hildur; Santesson, R.   290741979-01-10
Costa Rica, Cartago Prov., 13 km SE of Cartago, 2.5 km SE of Orosi near the bridge over Rio Grande de Orosi., 9.783333 -83.833333, 1150m

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CANL 98282Almeda, Frank   2143B1973-12-27
Costa Rica, Cartago Prov., About 20.4 km SE of El Palme, on Interamerican Hwy., 2650 - 2700m

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Haematomma nicoyense Nelsen, Lücking & Chaves, sp. nov.
CANL 121660   17592b2004-03-22
Costa Rica, Guanacaste Prov., Guanacaste: monte Alto Forest Reserve, Cerro Romo (Tempisque Conservation Area), Nicoya Peninsula, 150 km W of San José, 15 km SE ofr Nicoya, near Hojancha, access road t Mirador, 750 - 900m

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CANL 23172Dodge, Carroll W.; Valerio, Juvenal R.; Thomas, W.S.; Valerio, Remo R.   58891929-12-26
Costa Rica, Heredia Province. Cerro Central de Zurquie, 1520 - 1600m


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