K. Romoleroux & R. B. Foster

Creator(s):
  • Field Museum of Natural History - Botany Department
Creator role(s):
  • Creator
  • Myrcia verticillata M. L. Kawasaki & B. Holst, Ecuador, K. Romoleroux 2147, Isotype, F
    Creator: Field Museum of Natural History - Botany Department
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    Description: Myrcia verticillata M. L. Kawasaki & B. Holst, Ecuador, K. Romoleroux 2147, Isotype, F
Current Determination: Myrcia verticillata M. L. Kawas. & B. Holst
Family: Myrtaceae
Det. by: M. L. Kawasaki : Field Museum of Natural History, B. K. Holst, 2009
Type Status: Isotype
Location: Ecuador: Orellana
Locality: Estación Científica Yasuní, Río Tiputini, NW of confluence of Río Tivacuno, 6 km E of Maxus road, Km 44, detour to Tivacuno well, parcela 50 ha
Coordinates: -0.63 -76.5
Elevation: 200

Collector(s): K. Romoleroux & R. B. Foster
Collection Date: 21 March 1996
Catalog Subset: Seed Plants
Catalog Project: vTypes
EMu IRN: 1807976
OccurenceID: d157df85-720d-415d-b6c6-4c4f6dfe7040

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