Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Geonoma tenuissima
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
1844394A. Gentry   1976-10-09
Ecuador, Los R, Monta, -0.62 -79.3, 560m

MO
286324Daniel Rubio & W.S. Alverson   1990-06-03
Ecuador, Pichincha, Cerro Centinela, el Mirador. A 12 km al este de Patricia Pilar y Centro Cient, -0.62 -79.3, 540m

MO
1346893C.H. Dodson, A.H. Gentry & J.A. Duke   1979-02-06
Ecuador, Pichincha, Santo Domingo de Los Colorados, Collections from the path following ridge line at El Centinela at crest of Monta, 600m

MO
290546Mike Grayum & Nelson Zamora   1989-04-10
Ecuador, Pichincha, Small patches of forest along ridge to ca. 1.5 km N of Escuela Fiscal Mixta Centinelas del Pichincha (ca. 10 km as-the-crow-flies SE of Patricia Pilar)., -0.62 -79.3, 600 - 675m

MO
1356992C. Dodson, A. Gentry, W. Palacios & J. Zaruma   1984-07-26
Ecuador, Pichincha, Santo Domingo de Los Colorados, Centinela, km 12 carretera Patricia Pilar-24 de Mayo, altura de km 47 Santo Domingo-Quevedo. En la cima de las Montanas de Ila, 650m

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Geonoma tenuissima H.E.Moore
02389432F. Borchsenius   2801995-09-15
Ecuador, Pichincha, Torres de Bijagual, 18 km W of Patricia Pilar on road via La Centinela, -0.63 -79.3, 700m

NY
Geonoma tenuissima H.E.Moore
02389433A. H. Gentry   145421984-07-26
Ecuador, Centinela, km 12 carretera Patricia Pilar-24 de Mayo, altura de km 47 Santo Domingo-Quevedo, 650m

United States National Herbarium


US:Botany
3631930.101C. H. Dodson   61061976-05-30
Ecuador, Los Ríos, Cloud forest on western slope. KM 12 rd from Patricia Pilar to 24 de Mayo, Montanas de Ila, 540m


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Google Map

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