Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Aphelandra ferreyrae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
V0084420FI. M. Sánchez Vega & M. O. Dillon   101962000-05-17
Peru, San Martín, Rioja, Distrito Elias Soplin, entrada al Fundo San Pedro, -5.98 -77.3, - 780m

F:Botany
V0087855FJ. Schunke Vigo & J. G. Graham   157892004-07-01
Peru, Ucayali, Padre Abad, Dist. Padre Abad, Cuenca del Rio Aguaytia. Quebrada el Velo de la Novia, margen derecha del Rio Yurac, -9.05 -75.8, 350 - 400m

F:Botany
V0084419FI. M. Sánchez Vega et al.   98391999-06-22
Peru, San Martín, Rioja, Distrito Elias Soplin Vargas, Sector San Pedro. Al O de la Carretera Marginal, km 465 entre Nuevo Cajamarca y Rioja, -6 -77.3, 960 - 1050m

F:Botany
V0248596F   
PERU

F:Botany
V0248597F   
PERU

F:Botany
V0248598F   
PERU

F:Botany
J. Schunke Vigo   3271
Peru, Huánuco

Herbario Nacional Colombiano


COL
129603J. Schunke V.   32711969-07-04
Perú, Huánuco, Prov Leoncito Prado. A orilla de la quebrada. La Curva de las Pavas, 5 km al Sur de Tingo María Dtto Rupa Rupa., 672 - 672m

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
499512José Schunke-V.   94971976-06-29
Peru, Huanuco, Leoncio Prado, Dtto. Rupa Rupa; Calpar Bella, Cueara de los Huaricños. (margen Izquierda del Río Monzon)., -9.3 -75.98, 700 - 900m

MO:Tropicos
502249Robin B. Foster   94651984-01-24
Peru, Pasco, Oxapampa, Palcazu Valley, Iscozacin. Forested hills and ravines behind airstrip., -10.2 -75.25, 380m

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Aphelandra ferreyrae Wassh. Wassh.
278912E. P. Killip   282541929-08-26
Peru, Loreto, Between Yurimanguas and Balsapuerto (lower Río Huallaga basin), 135 - 150m

United States National Herbarium


US:Botany
1998882.209R. A. Ferreyra   43331948-07-24
Peru, Huánuco


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