Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Oreopanax obscurus
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Missouri Botanical Garden


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342468Henk van der Werff & Walter Palacios   1989-02-08
Ecuador, Morona-Santiago, Road Gualaceo-El Limon. From the pass towards El Limon. Paramo or scrub just below paramo., -3 -78.67, 3200 - 3400m

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342498Henk van der Werff & Walter Palacios   1989-02-08
Ecuador, Morona-Santiago, Road Gualaceo-El Limon. From the pass towards El Limon. Paramo or scrub just below paramo., -3 -78.67, 3200 - 3400m

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342814Walter Palacios & H. van der Werff   1989-02-01
Ecuador, Morona-Santiago, V, -3.03 -78.6, 2800 - 3000m

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1116014W. H. Camp   1945-08-18
Ecuador, Azuay, "Oriente" border: P, -2.8 -78.6, 2743 - 3353m

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1116018J. Jaramillo   1983-08-07
Ecuador, Azuay, Pica Sevilla de Oro-Mendez "Colecciones entre Sevilla de Oro-P, -2.83 -78.63, 2800 - 3250m

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1214905P. Jorgensen   
Ecuador

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1516489P.M. J   2000-11-14
Ecuador, Azuay, Road Sisgsig-Gualaquiza km 28. Disturbed p, -3.2 -78.79, 3270 - 3330m


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Google Map

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