Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Diplostephium empetrifolium
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
565496Rose, Pachano & Rose   1918-09-27
Ecuador, Azuay

MO
565505Harriet G. Barclay and Pedro Juajibioy   1959-08-02
Ecuador, Loja, Saraguro, On open, grassy slopes, grazed by sheep. Slopes west-facing (leeward) with few patches of trees and/or shrubs. Rancho Ovejero, entre Cumbe y Saraguro., 3100 - 3140m

MO
583712L. Ellemann   1988-10-07
Ecuador, Loja, 5 km south of Saraguro, on the Loja - Cuenca road. Information of vernacular name and use: Nat, -3.65 -79.25, 2600 - 2700m

MO
583721L. Ellemann   1989-03-09
Ecuador, Loja, 12 km north-west of Saraguro on Loma Paredones. Information of vernacular name and use: Honorio Gonzales., -3.6 -79.17, 2800m

MO
599308Espinosa   1947-08-30
Ecuador, El Oro, 2950m

MO
599310L.B. Holm-Nielsen, Silva & Vel   1979-04-07
Ecuador, Pichincha, 10 km S of Tumbaco, lower slopes of Cerro Ilal, -0.25 -78.42, 2650m

MO
913226P.M. J   1994-11-25
Ecuador, Zamora-Chinchipe, Cordillera de Las Lagunitas. Amaluza-Jimbura-Zumba, Km 39.2, at the pass. P, -4.74 -79.42, 3490m

MO
1278103H.G. Barclay   1959-08-02
Ecuador, Loja, Saraguro, 3000m

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Diplostephium empetrifolium S.F.Blake
168216W. Jameson   s.n.1864-00-00
Ecuador, Páramo of Saraguero, province of Loxa

NY
Diplostephium empetrifolium S.F.Blake
168217W. Jameson   s.n.1864-00-00
Ecuador, Pichincha, Quito, Quito-Nono-Pto. Quito road, 18-20 km NW of Nono; Rio Alambi valley., 1951 - 2012m

United States National Herbarium


US:Botany
534769.2155W. Jameson   s.n.1864-09-00
Ecuador, Loja, Páramo de Laragero.

US:Botany
534664.1008W. Jameson   s.n.
Ecuador


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