Dataset: MO
Taxa: Meteoriaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
Lindigia debilis (Mitt.) A. Jaeger
90080273S. P. Churchill & I. Sastre-D. J.   1985-07-21
Ecuador, Napo, Ca. 34.5 km W of Baeza (just W of Pap, -0.37 -78.15, 3300m

MO
Lindigia debilis (Mitt.) A. Jaeger
90123047W.C. Steere & H. Balsev   1982-09-15
Ecuador, Pichincha, Old road from Quito to Santo Domingo de los Colarados between Chillogallo and Chiriboga, 18 km west of Chillogallo., -0.27 -78.72, 3250m

MO:Tropicos
Cryptopapillaria penicillata (Dozy & Molk.) M. Menzel
90196387R.R. Ireland & G. Bellolio   331292001-11-04
Chile, Biobio, Arauco, Mocha Island. Trail in National Park. Mature forest of Lumma and Aextoxicon., -38.33 -73.88, 15 - 350m

MO:Tropicos
Papillaria flexicaulis (Wilson) A. Jaeger
90009203Marshall R. Crosby   119621976-01-23
Chile, Araucania, Cautin, Nothofagus forest on Holzapfel Peninsula eastern end of Lago Villarrica, just west of Pucon., -39.27 -71.98, 260m

MO:Tropicos
Papillaria flexicaulis (Wilson) A. Jaeger
90011492Manuel Mah├║   114411977-12-01
Chile, Araucania, Cautin, Pucon La Peninsula., -39.27 -71.97, 250m

MO:Tropicos
Papillaria flexicaulis (Wilson) A. Jaeger
90149905Marshall R. Crosby   119881976-01-23
Chile, Araucania, Cautin, Nothofagus forest on Holzapfel Peninsula eastern end of Lago Villarrica, just west of Pucon., -39.27 -71.98, 260m

MO:Tropicos
90226557R.R. Ireland & G. Bellolio   348172002-10-23
Chile, Biobio, Biobio, Laja Falls at south side of Laja Lake., -37.2 -72.37, 170m

MO
90211223S. Churchill, D. Neill, et al.   2005-11-23
Ecuador, Zamora-Chinchipe, Zamora, Reserva Biol, -3.97 -79.08, 1900 - 1950m

MO
90211196S. Churchill & E. Jaramillo C.   2005-11-24
Ecuador, Zamora-Chinchipe, Zamora, Reserva Biol, -3.97 -79.08, 1860m


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Google Map

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