I. Huamantupa et al.

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  • Herbarium Sheet V0414813F
    Photographer: Colleen Dennis : Field Museum of Natural History
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    Description: Herbarium Sheet V0414813F
Current Determination: Paullinia serjaniifolia Triana & Planch.
Family: Sapindaceae
Det. by: L. A. Torres Montenegro : Servicios de Biodiversidad EIRL, 2016
Identification notes: &&
Location: Peru: Loreto
Locality: South bank of the lower Yaguas River, at the mouth of the Quebrada Cachimbo, 44 km W of the Yaguas-Putumayo confluence. Campsite 3 (Cachimbo) of Rapid Biological and Social Inventory #23.
Coordinates: -2.71667 -70.5278
Elevation: 70
Habitat/Microhabitat: Bosque de planicie inundable.
Additional data: Liana, frutos rojos en el tallo

Collector(s): I. Huamantupa et al.
Collection Date: 27 October 2010
Catalog Subset: Seed Plants
Catalog Project: Rapid Inventory 23, Rapid Inventory Plants
EMu IRN: 3360650
OccurenceID: 11b0e499-a7d0-4bd8-bbde-f668ddca2c53

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