Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Asplenium escaleroense
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
C0642497F   
Colombia, Santander, 7 -73.25

F:Botany
C0642498F   
Ecuador, Morona-Santiago, -2.5 -78

Herbario Nacional Colombiano


COL
17851O. Haught   18041935-06-21
Colombia, Antioquia, Puerto Berrío, Between Carare and Magdalena Rivers., 100 - 700m

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
16341H. van der Werff, R. Vásquez & N. Jaramillo   99231988-08-01
Peru, Loreto, Maynas, Yanamono, Explorama Tourist Camp, halfway between Indiana and mouth of Río Napo, non- flooded forest on rather fertile soil., -3.24 -72.93, 130m

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
U.1002887Werff HH van der   1971-10-19
Ecuador, Ecuadoriensis, Prov. Santiago-Zamora, Macuma, on the Macuma River, S. of Chiquaza, Tropical rainforest.

NL:Botany
U.1002886Maas PJM; et al.   1994-10-21
Peru, Allpahuayo, 20.5 km S. of Iquitos.

NL:Botany
L.3507027Ule EHG   1903-03-01
Peru, Aneinem Bouimstamm, Cerro de Escalev, Peru, Departamento, Loreto.

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Asplenium escaleroense Christ Christ
04042310L. Valenzuela Gamarra   74822006-08-19
Peru, Cusco, La Convención, Dist. Echarate, Santa Ana, Kepashiato, -12.7339 -73.3675, 1167m

NY
Asplenium escaleroense Christ Christ
4042311R. S. Williams   11581902-02-08
Bolivia, La Paz, Ipurima [Ipurama]

NY
Asplenium escaleroense Christ Christ
4042312S. T. McDaniel   215241978-05-20
Peru, Loreto, Maynas, Dtto. Alto Nanay

NY
Asplenium escaleroense Christ Christ
4042313R. C. Moran   62021996-04-16
Ecuador, Napo, Just outside of Parque Nacional Yasuní, km 19 on the oil road starting at Pompeya. Transect 10., -0.55 -76.52


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Google Map

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