Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Artemisia sodiroi
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
L. A. Sodiro   54
ECUADOR

Herbario Nacional Colombiano


COL
163844A. H. Gentry   170991976-07-31
Colombia, Cundinamarca, Bojacá, Valle seco entre Mosquera y el tope del filo, 16 kilómetros al occidente de la carretera a La Mesa., 4.63552 -74.321949, 2500 - 2600m

COL
19145Hernándo García Barriga   A51741937-04-19
Colombia, Cundinamarca, Soacha, San Rafael., 4.4705557823 -74.2808303833

COL
19146A. Barriga   5174-A1937-04-19
Colombia, Cundinamarca, Soacha, San Rafael., 4.4705557823 -74.2808303833

COL
20600Hernándo García Barriga   109141943-12-14
Colombia, Cundinamarca, Mosquera, Laguna La Herrera, alrededores., 4.6967539787 -74.2876663208, 2680 - 2680m

COL
227251Ca. Saravia   10281962-10-13
Colombia, Cundinamarca, Mosquera, Zanjón de Las Cátedras., 4.654195 -74.285984, 2680 - 2680m

COL
243383Roberto Jaramillo-Mejía   47401967-12-19
Colombia, Cundinamarca, Camino de La Herrera a Fuente, al oeste de La Sabana., 2570 - 2570m

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
567527Dishington   
Ecuador, Pichincha, 2400m

MO
567535Fosberg & Giler   1945-01-26
Ecuador, Tungurahua, 2800m

MO
567544Asplund   1939-09-05
Ecuador, Chimborazo, 2700m

MO
567557W. H. Camp   1945-03-26
Ecuador, Azuay, 2400 - 2440m

MO
577622Carlos E. Cer   1990-07-02
Ecuador, Cotopaxi, Latacunga, Parroquia Cuicuno. Bosque h, -0.78 -78.67, 3100m

MO
578051Carlos E. Cer   1990-07-06
Ecuador, Cotopaxi, SAQUISILI: Parroquia Zumbahua. Bosque muy h, -0.95 -78.88, 3600m

MO
580022Carlos Cer   1990-07-20
Ecuador, Imbabura, Otavalo, Parroquia Pataqui. Bosque Seco Montano Bajo. Informantes: Lucresia Astudillo, Victor Astudillo, Roc, 0.23 -78.22, 2300m

MO
581499Carlos E. Cer   1990-06-21
Ecuador, Tungurahua, Ba, Parroquia Ulba. Bosque h, -1.4 -78.38, 2400m

MO
582585Carlos Cer   1989-06-27
Ecuador, Cotopaxi, Cant, -0.97 -78.53, 2200 - 2500m

MO
584821L.B. Holm-Nielsen et al.   1973-05-04
Ecuador, Azuay, Km 107 S of Cuenca on Pan American Highway. Steep rocks with debris, very dry, dominated by a.o. Tillandsia medusa., -3.45 -79.15, 2250m

MO
584831L.B. Holm-Nielsen et al.   1973-05-27
Ecuador, Imbabura, Hacienda Pim, 0.45 -78.05, 2300m

MO
881966J. Richard Abbott   1994-10-29
Ecuador, Pichincha, Quito, Hacienda Tanlahua, just east of the volcano and Geobotanical Reserve of Pululahua; off the San Antonio-San Jose de Minas road, near San Antonio. Lower montane dry forest; dry scrub vegetation., 0.05 -78.47, 2400m

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
Artemisia sodiroi Hieron. ex Sodiro
U.1108383Gentry AH   1976-07-31
Colombia, Cundinamarca. Desert region dominated by Opuntia, dry valley between Mosquera and top of fila, ca. 16 km W. on road to LaMesa, most shrubs with leaves dry and withering.

NL:Botany
Artemisia sodiroi Hieron. ex Sodiro
L.3755978Vink R; Wijninga VM   1985-05-15
Colombia, Colombia, depto, Cundinamarca, region de la laguna de 'La Herrera'.

NL:Botany
Artemisia sodiroi Hieron. ex Sodiro
L.3017481Vink R   1985-05-15
Colombia, in dry hills around laguna De La Herrera. Depto. Cundinamarca.

United States National Herbarium


US:Botany
1068070.2102884L. Sodiro   54
Ecuador, Pomasqui.

Universidad Técnica de Cotopaxi, Ecuador - Herbario


UTCEC:Herbario
Artemisia sodiroi Hieron. ex Sodiro
26Freire, C   2013-12-10
Cotopaxi, Parroquia Eloy Alfaro, parte alta de las aulas de la Universidad Tecnica de Cotopaxi, -0.999749 -78.618869, 3625m

UTCEC:Herbario
Artemisia sodiroi Hieron. ex Sodiro
25Freire, C   2013-12-10
Cotopaxi, Parroquia Eloy Alfaro, parte alta de las aulas de la Universidad Tecnica de Cotopaxi, -0.999749 -78.618869, 3729m


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