Dataset: NL-Botany
Taxa: Cyathostegia
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
Cyathostegia matthewsii (Benth.) Schery
U.1241085Lewis GP; Bruneau A   1997-09-15
Ecuador, Loja, Province: Loja. Road Catamayo-Catacocha, 4.5 km from junction to San Pedro de la Bendita., -3.95 -79.45

NL:Botany
Cyathostegia matthewsii (Benth.) Schery
U.1241084Lewis GP; Klitgaard BB; Klitgaard MB; Kerr D   1996-07-16
Ecuador, Loja, Province Loja. 6.5 km from San Pedro de la Bendita on road to El Cisne., -3.9 -79.416667

NL:Botany
Cyathostegia matthewsii (Benth.) Schery
U.1241083Lewis GP; Klitgaard BB; Merino B; Lozano P; Delgado T; Tinitania F   1996-04-02
Ecuador, Loja, Provincia Loja. Malacatos environs near Ceibobamba, along dirt road in direction of Catamayo, Barrio Santa Cruz., -4.216667 -79.25

NL:Botany
Cyathostegia matthewsii (Benth.) Schery
L.3895783Lewis GP; Klitgaard BB; Merino B; Lozano P; Delgado T; Tinitania F   1996-04-02
Ecuador, Loja, Provincia Loja. Malacatos environs near Ceibobamba, along dirt road in direction of Catamayo, Barrio Santa Cruz., -4.216667 -79.25

NL:Botany
Cyathostegia matthewsii (Benth.) Schery
L.3891727Lewis GP; Klitgaard BB; Merino B; Lozano P; Delgado T; Tinitania F   1996-04-02
Ecuador, Loja, Provincia Loja. Malacatos environs near Ceibobamba, along dirt road in direction of Catamayo, Barrio Santa Cruz., -4.216667 -79.25

NL:Botany
Cyathostegia matthewsii (Benth.) Schery
L.1982671Madsen JE   1984-04-21
Ecuador, Loja, Ecuador Loja Catamayo Valley, -3.966667 -79.466667

NL:Botany
Cyathostegia matthewsii (Benth.) Schery
L 0064864Matthews A   
Peru


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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