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

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Missouri Botanical Garden

Encalypta Hedw.
90031204Marshall R. Crosby & Carmen Castor   171061995-02-08
Chile, Magallanes, Tierra del Fuego, Proyecto Río Cóndor, Vicuña Site, Cerro Riñon, about 1 km south of Vicuña enøcampment, -54.18 -68.71

90226412R.R. Ireland & G. Bellolio   341162002-11-09
Chile, Biobio, Biobio, National Park Lake Laja, Los Barros Military Base., -37.45 -71.32, 1500m

90206389Louis O. Williams et al   410971972-12-12
Guatemala, Huehuetenango, Forest ca 5 km N of Chemal., 15.55 -91.5, 3500m

90068390Marshall R. Crosby   1975-06-12
Ecuador, Cotopaxi, N slopes of Mt. Cotopaxi. 0.40 S, 78.25 W., -0.67 -78.42, 4100m

90098311Jaime Moreno   129811980-04-18
Chile, Tarapaca, Parinacota, Parque Nacional Lauca, al SE de la Bocatoma del Río Lauca., -18.2 -69.42, 4400m

90098313Jaime Moreno   129801980-04-21
Chile, Tarapaca, Parinacota, Al este de Murmuntani., -18.33 -69.53, 3600m

90098314Jaime Moreno   129821980-04-16
Chile, Tarapaca, Parinacota, Entre Putre y el Portezuelo de Putre., -18.2 -69.42, 3700m

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