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

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Missouri Botanical Garden


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577918King & Garvey   
Ecuador, Chimborazo

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598965C. Dodson   
Ecuador, Los R, Quevedo, R, -0.58 -79.37, 150 - 220m

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3328116G. Harling & L. Anderson   1980-05-10
Ecuador, Manab, Between Jun

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3327328C.H. Dodson & A.H. Gentry   1982-02-13
Ecuador, Los R, Quevedo, Collections from path following ridge line at El Centinela at creat of Montanas de lla on road from patricia Pilar to 24 de Mayo at km 12. Patricia Pilar is at Km 45 on road from Sto Domingo To Quevedo. Prov. Los Rios or Pichincha., 600m

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3326817B. MacBryde   1972-02-22
Ecuador, Los R, 14 km SE of Quevedo, INIAP Estanci, 75m

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3326148J. Jaramillo, F. Coello   1981-02-26
Ecuador, Napo, Nor-Oriente, Nuevo Rocafuerte, a 1 1/2 kms. al norte de la poblaci

MO:Tropicos
1710193Paul M. Peterson & Carol R. Annable   70521989-02-24
Panama, Bocas del Toro, Approximately 4 km. S of Tiger Key on the mainland. UTM 1,014,000 m. N: 361,000 m. E. Moist tropical forest with Hura crepitans and scattered Theobroma cacao., 9.18 -82.25, 50m

MO:Tropicos
1710201Paul M. Peterson & Carol R. Annable   70501989-02-24
Panama, Bocas del Toro, Approximately 4 km. S of Tiger Key on the mainland. UTM 1,014,000 m. N: 361,000 m. E. Moist tropical forest with Hura crepitans and scattered Theobroma cacao., 9.18 -82.25, 50m

MO:Tropicos
1357165Alexander F. Skutch   4567
Costa Rica, Cartago, Jiménez, Vicinity of Pejivalle, 9.81 -83.7, 600 - 850m

MO:Tropicos
574811James C. Solomon   30421977-05-23
Peru, Cusco, Pisac, on Río Urubamba. Hillside around ruins., 3000m

MO:Tropicos
586612Thomas B. Croat   210441972-10-04
Peru, Huanuco, On 60º rocky slope above Río Huallaga at Tingo Maria., -9.3 -76


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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