Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Aphelandra formosa (Aphelandra mutisii)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
I. M. Sánchez Vega et al.   125822004-03-04
Peru, Piura, Morropón, Chalaco, al S de La Altamiza, bosque Mijal, seguiendo el camino a Juan Velasco, resto de bosque, area intervenida, -5.06069 -79.73458, 2580m

F:Botany
K. R. Young   29541986-02-21
Peru, La Libertad, Pataz, along trail from Yalen to Los Alisos, -7.5 -77.5, 2800 - 3300m

F:Botany
H. E. Stork & O. B. Horton   101961938-12-17
Peru, Cajamarca, Cutervo, 4 km E of Huambos on Cutervo trail, 2800m

F:Botany
V0409902FA. Sagástegui A. et al.   168372001-10-20
Peru, Piura, Huancabamba, alrededores de Salala, -5.1 -79.45, 3082m

F:Botany
V0248721F   
ECUADOR

F:Botany
V0248599F   
PERU

F:Botany
V0248722F   
ECUADOR

F:Botany
V0248601F   
ECUADOR

F:Botany
V0248602F   
ECUADOR

F:Botany
V0248603F   
PERU

F:Botany
V0248719F   
ECUADOR

F:Botany
V0248604F   
PERU

F:Botany
M. Acosta Solis   6811
Ecuador, Bolívar

Herbario Nacional Colombiano


COL
328397J. R. I. Wood   53251986-02-27
Colombia, Nariño, Pasto, Nariño:Pasto, monte Morasumo., 2550 - 2550m

Instituto Alexander von Humboldt


FMB
FMB-012693Wood, John   53251985-02-27
Colombia, Nariño, Pasto, On the MoraSco hill, N of Pasto, 2550m

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
505824R. Ruiz&A. Cortés   12381991-01-15
Colombia, Cauca, Municipio de Puracé, márgen derecha Río Vinagre, corregimiento Chibchiguará., 2.4 -76.84, 3250m

United States National Herbarium


US:Botany
1562333.212J. C. Mutis   1943
Colombia


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Google Map

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