Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Mikania harlingii
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
Mikania harlingii R.M. King & H. Rob.
575655   1985-03-01
Ecuador, Zamora-Chinchipe, Parque Nacional Podocarpus, just E of the pass on road Loja - Zamora. Old mule trail, elfin forest and open boggy areas., -3.98 -79.15, 2800 - 2900m

MO
Mikania harlingii R.M. King & H. Rob.
575661Madsen   1989-01-29
Ecuador, Zamora-Chinchipe, Limit of Parque Nacional Podocarpus. Road Loja-Zamora, about 1 km E of pass., -3.97 -79.12, 2800 - 2850m

MO
Mikania harlingii R.M. King & H. Rob.
575669Madsen   1989-02-23
Ecuador, Loja, Parque Nacional Podocarpus. Above Nudo de Cajanuma, trail to Mirador. Scrub and ridge-top vegetation above tree limit., -4.08 -79.17, 3000 - 3150m

MO
Mikania harlingii R.M. King & H. Rob.
576919Fernando Hurtado & Angel Alvarado   1988-09-17
Ecuador, Napo, 3 km este del Caser, -0.72 -77.6, 1200m

MO
Mikania harlingii R.M. King & H. Rob.
585508H. van der Werff & W. Palacios   1987-05-04
Ecuador, Loja, Parque Nacional Podocarpus, Cerro Toledo, E. Of Yangana. Mostly collected in burnt, shrubby paramo, 3000 m, with few plants in cloud forest, 2700 m., -4.38 -79.12, 3000 - 2700m

MO
Mikania harlingii R.M. King & H. Rob.
589552Harling & Andersson   1985-02-12
Ecuador, Zamora-Chinchipe, 2900m

MO
Mikania harlingii R.M. King & H. Rob.
589559Harling & Andersson   1985-03-09
Ecuador, Ca, 3200m

MO
Mikania harlingii R.M. King & H. Rob.
589575Penland & Summers   1939-04-29
Ecuador, Bol, 3200m

United States National Herbarium


US:Botany
Mikania harlingii R.M. King & H. Rob.
3060690.212G. W. Harling & L. Andersson   219221985-02-11
Ecuador, Loja, Loma de Loro, 6 km S of Saraguro on road to Loja., 3200 - 3200m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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