Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Cryphaea ramosa (Cryphaea fasciculosa)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Herbario Nacional Colombiano


COL
334635S.P. Churchill | W. Rengifo   17253 a1991-01-11
Colombia, Cauca, Puracé, Ca 8 km E de Puracé, orilla de la carretera., 2.3744444444 -76.4116666667, 3000 - 3000m

COL
334669S.P. Churchill | W. Rengifo   172531991-01-11
Colombia, Cauca, Puracé, Ca 8 km E de Puracé, orilla de la carretera., 2.3744444444 -76.4116666667, 3000 - 3000m

COL
369694S.P. Churchill | P. Franco | J. D. Parra   190151995-01-28
Colombia, Boyacá, Duitama, Abajo de Páramo Rusia., 5.9436111111 -73.1333333333, 3075 - 3075m

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
Cryphaea ramosa (Mitt.) Wilson
90122294L. Holm-Nielsen   1979-06-24
Ecuador, Cotopaxi, Volc, -0.63 -78.43, 4000m

MO
Cryphaea ramosa (Mitt.) Wilson
90132184L. Holm-Nielsen & al.   1980-12-12
Ecuador, Ca, Inganilla Pass on Pan American Highway between Ca, -2.62 -78.92, 3500m

MO
Cryphaea ramosa (Mitt.) Wilson
90147629Marshall R. Crosby   1975-06-08
Ecuador, Pichincha, Just W of NASA tracking station, on lower, western slope of Loma Rumi, -0.62 -78.57, 3450m

MO
Cryphaea ramosa (Mitt.) Wilson
90147867Marshall R. Crosby   1975-06-12
Ecuador, Cotopaxi, N slopes of Mt. Cotopaxi. 0.40 S, 78.25 W., -0.67 -78.42, 3500m

MO
Cryphaea ramosa (Mitt.) Wilson
90147899Marshall R. Crosby   1975-06-08
Ecuador, Pichincha, Just W of NASA tracking station, on lower, western slope of Loma Rumi, -0.62 -78.57, 3450m

MO
Cryphaea ramosa (Mitt.) Wilson
90156389W. C. Steere & H. Balslev   1982-10-02
Ecuador, Cotopaxi, Cotopaxi National Park, on west slope of Volc, -0.67 -78.5, 3500m

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
Cryphaea ramosa (Mitt.) Wilson
L 0237271Herzog T   1911-09-01
Bolivia


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Google Map

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