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Taxonomic Criteria:

Include Synonyms from Taxonomic Thesaurus
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Locality Criteria:

Country:
State/Province:
County:
Locality:
Elevation (m): to

Latitude and Longitude:

Bounding box coordinates in decimal degrees
Northern Latitude:
Southern Latitude:
Western Longitude:
Eastern Longitude:
Point-Radius Search
Latitude:
Longitude:
Radius:

Collector Criteria:

Collector's Last Name:
Collector's Number:
Collection Date: -

Specimen Criteria:

Catalog Number: Include other catalog numbers and GUIDs
Limit to Type Specimens
Limit to Specimens with Images
Limit to Specimens with Genetic Data
Limit to Specimens with Ethnobiological Data
Limit to Specimens with Multimedia Files

Ethnobiological Criteria:

Semantic Tags:
Animal (plant name contains an animal name, e.g., snake's whistle)
Mammal (e.g., squirrel egg tree, for some Celastraceae)
Bird (e.g., bat wing, for Passiflora)
Reptile (e.g., snake's whistle, for a Philodendron)
Fish (e.g., fish tail for Asplundia)
Arthropod (e.g., ant tree, for Cecropia)
Color (plant name contains reference to a color)
Habitat (name contains reference to habitat or ecosystem, 'swamp flower')
Morphology (plant name refers to an aspect of its morphology, e.g., sticky)
Leaf morphology (e.g., narrow-leaf May flower)
Wood/trunk/branch morphology (e.g., smooth-bark X)
Texture (e.g., sandy leaf)
Other plant (plant name refers to another plant, the 'daisy look-alike')
Senses (plant name contains a reference to the senses, e.g., smell or feeling)
Use (plant name refers to use, e.g., 'broom', 'scorpion medicine')
Host plant (can be used for parasitic plants, or for animals, particularly arthropods)
Onomatopoeia (particularly useful to tag bird names, 'whippoorwill')
Verbatim vernacular name:
Annotated vernacular name:
Verbatim language:
Glottolog language:
Other verbatim vernacular name:
Glottolog language:
Verbatim parse:
Annotated parse:
Verbatim gloss:
Annotated gloss:
Free translation:
Taxonomic description:
Typology:
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Transparent
Modified opaque
Modified transparent
Parts used:
Whole organism
Aerial (above ground) parts of plant
Root, rhizome, tuber, bulb, corm (underground parts of plant)
Stem or stalk (not woody)
Leaf
Tender leaf and/or shoot
Bark or fiber
Wood or woody trunk or branch
Fruit, seed, or spore
Flower
Spike, thorn, prickle
Sap, resin, latex
Not reported
Whole organism
Stem (stipe)
Cap
Not reported
Whole animal (e.g., worms for bait)
Fur, skin
Meat
Larvae
Teeth, bones
Uses:
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