Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Passiflora parritae (Passiflora salmonea)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
V0066823FF. C. Lehmann   72821891-12-00
COLOMBIA

Harvard University Herbaria


Harvard:GH
barcode-00068094F. C. Lehmann   72821891-12-00
Colombia, Antioquia, Rio Dulce and above Pensilvania, Paramo de San Felis, 2400-2800 m

Herbario Nacional Colombiano


COL
Passiflora parritae (Mast.) L.H. Bailey
347942P. Franco R.   27151989-12-10
Colombia, Risaralda, Pereira, Parque Natural Regional Ucumarí, La Pastora., 4.710517 -75.487893, 2500 - 2500m

COL
Passiflora parritae (Mast.) L.H. Bailey
347943P. Franco R.   28691989-12-02
Colombia, Risaralda, Pereira, Parque Natural Regional Ucumarí, finca Ceilán, margen izquierda de La Pastora al Cedral., 4.704477 -75.506553

COL
Passiflora parritae (Mast.) L.H. Bailey
382147P. Franco R.   28691989-12-02
Colombia, Risaralda, Pereira, Parque Natural Regional Ucumarí, finca Ceilán, margen izquierda de La Pastora al Cedral., 4.704477 -75.506553

Herbario Universidad de Antioquia, Colombia


HUA
Passiflora parritae (Mast.) L.H. Bailey
164324Roldán F. | Mosquera O. | Niño J. | Ceballos H.   39832005-08-23
Colombia, Quindío, Filandia, Reserva Natural Bremen-La Popa, Corporación Autónoma Regional del Quindío, 4.6714906 -75.6180533, 2005 - 2005m

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
Passiflora parritae (Mast.) L.H. Bailey
1119294A. Escobar y Brand   20941982-07-11
Colombia, Caldas, Pensilvania, vereda Líbano, 5.39 -75.16

MO:Tropicos
Passiflora parritae (Mast.) L.H. Bailey
1119295Osorio   7841986-04-10
Colombia, Caldas, Pensilvania, Quebrada Negra, 5.38 -75.15

MO:Tropicos
Passiflora parritae (Mast.) L.H. Bailey
1119297Lehmann   6094
Colombia, Tolima, Páramo del Ruiz, 4.9 -75.3

MO:Tropicos
Passiflora parritae (Mast.) L.H. Bailey
1119298Pennell   3196
Colombia, Tolima, borde del bosque arriba de Líbano, 4.9 -75.12, 1900 - 2200m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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