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Specimen Record

ContinentSouth America
CountryBolivia
State/ProvinceLa Paz
County/ParishInquisivi
Locality'loma Linda-turculi' Along The Road Between Loma Linda And Turculi, This Road Runs North From Cajuata Off Of Existing Maps.
Latitude-16.6333
Longitude-67.1667
Institution CodeAsu
Collection CodePlants
Catalog NumberAsu0055377
Collected ByMarko Lewis
Date Collected1989-12-26

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The Arizona State University Vascular Plant Herbarium is the second largest in the Arid Southwest with over 285,000 specimens. Our collection of Cactaceae is one of the best in the world, being particularly rich in cytological vouchers.

ASU Type Specimens: http://swbiodiversity.org/seinet/checklists/checklist.php?cl=2638

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Taxonomy
Scientific NameMyrcia mutliflora
KingdomPlantae
PhylumMagnoliophyta
Classmagnoliopsida
OrderMyrtales
FamilyMyrtaceae
Scientific Name Authors(Lam.) DC.
Specimen
Identified ByB.K. Holst, 1993.
Catalog NumberASU0055377
Other Catalog Numbers191913
Reproductive Conditionfruit
Institution CodeASU
Collection CodePlants
Occurrence ID71237591-0812-4f9f-9ca3-2f42f67f3e93
Basis of RecordPreservedSpecimen
Collection Event
Collected ByMarko Lewis
Collector Number36862
Date Collected1989-12-26
Year1989
Month12
Day26
Start Day of Year360
Collection RemarksShrub with monopodial trunk. Berries red turning to black.
Locality
CountryBolivia
State / ProvinceLa Paz
CountyInquisivi
Continentsouth america
Locality'Loma Linda-Turculi' Along the road between Loma Linda and Turculi, this road runs north from Cajuata off of existing maps.
Decimal Latitude-16.6333
Decimal Longitude-67.1667
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Modified2015-07-13 14:23:47
ID765339
dcterms:referenceshttp://swbiodiversity.org/seinet/collections/individual/index.php?occid=765339
dwc:collectionIDa2e32c87-d320-4a01-bafd-a9182ae2e191
symbiota:recordEnteredBymarisin
dwc:dynamicPropertiesShrub with monopodial trunk. Berries red turning to black.
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