Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Conostegia monteleagreana
Search Criteria: Panama; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Missouri Botanical Garden - TROPICOS

317319William G. D'Arcy   159051984-07-31
Panama, Chiriquí, Fortuna Dam area, just N of reservoir, 8.75 -82.25, 1100 - 1400m

315512H.W. Churchill   53801984-06-14
Panama, Chiriquí, Fortuna Dam area. Around creek to W of road drawing into Río Hornito S of reservoir. Alt. 1200 m. 8º43'N, 82º14'W., 8.71666 -82.23333, 1200m

3398505Frank Almeda   6460

100594813Orlando Ortiz   7522012-07-10
Panama, Chiriquí, Reserva Forestal Fortuna. Primer puente despues de la Estación Bilogica del STRI. Sendero que va hacia la cordillera., 8.7338889 -82.2505556, 1307m

100213838Darin S. Penneys   1719a2005-02-02
Panama, Chiriquí, Near Lago de Fortuna. Km 43 from Chiriquí on road to Chiriquí Grande., 8.6828333 -82.2225, 1150m

1299630Barry E. Hammel   23301978-03-25
Panama, Chiriquí, La Fortuna hydroelectric project; trail along Hornito river drainage back to present end of road., 8.7166667 -82.2333333, 1025 - 1240m

Museo Nacional de Costa Rica

219002Almeda Frank   74971996-02-05
Panamá, PANAMA, PANAMA, Chiriquí Province. Fortuna Dam area in the vicinity of Centro de Investigaciones Jorge Arauz. Disturbed cloud forest margins., 1200m

New York Botanical Garden

02137208R. Kriebel   57472011-09-21
Panama, Chiriquí, Comun al lado de la carretera cerca de la estacion de STRI., 8.73458 -82.24008, 1162 - 1162m

01119768D. S. Penneys   1719a
Panama, Chiriquí, Near Lago de Fortuna. Km 43 from Chiriquí on road to Chiriquí Grande., 8.68283 -82.20583, 1150 - 1150m

01119762F. Almeda   60751988-03-10
Panama, Bocas del Toro, Fortuna Dam Area, along continental divide trail bordering Chiriquí Province., 8.7511 -82.2511, 1200 - 1300m

Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute's Herbarium

7665Correa A., M.D.   9837
Panamá, Chiriquí, Colectada en la Cordillera Central, trocha 3 noviembre.

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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.