Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Clusia pavonii
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
Clusia pavonii Planch. & Triana
H. Ruíz L. & J. A. Pavón   1778-00-00
PERU

F:Botany
Clusia pavonii Planch. & Triana
M. O. Dillon et al.   63901993-04-18
Peru, Cajamarca, Chota, below Las Palmas, ca. 24 km NE of Chota, -6.48 -78.62, 2750m

F:Botany
Clusia pavonii Planch. & Triana
M. O. Dillon & et al.   45761986-04-15
Peru, Cajamarca, Contumazá, ca. 12 km from Contumazá on route to Cascas, -7.43 -78.82, 2590m

F:Botany
Clusia pavonii Planch. & Triana
V0300811F   
PERU

F:Botany
Clusia pavonii Planch. & Triana
V0300809F   
PERU

F:Botany
Clusia pavonii Planch. & Triana
V0300810F   
PERU

F:Botany
Clusia pavonii Planch. & Triana
V0300808F   
PERU

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
Clusia pavonii Planch. & Triana
206794Daniel Rubio, C. Aulestia & K. Edwards   1991-12-23
Ecuador, Zamora-Chinchipe, Zamora, Carretera Loja - Zamora, cerca al cumbre. Bosque h, -3.97 -79.07, 2400 - 2600m

MO
Clusia pavonii Planch. & Triana
208632Carlos E. Cer   1987-10-24
Ecuador, Pichincha, Reserva Geobot, 0.08 -78.5, 1800 - 3356m

MO:Tropicos
Clusia pavonii Planch. & Triana
205045Dudley, T. R.   109391968-07-10
Peru, Cusco, La Convención, -12.62 -73.53, 2800m

MO:Tropicos
Clusia pavonii Planch. & Triana
205053Barbour, P.   37631978-10-06
Peru, Amazonas, Bagua, Cordillera Colan SE of La Peca. Third Camp., 2453m

MO:Tropicos
Clusia pavonii Planch. & Triana
205060B. Peyton & S. Tilney Peyton   5221982-06-11
Peru, Cusco, Urubamba, Machu Picchu, on the slopes of Altillero a mountain near km 99 of the Urubamba railroad line., 3110m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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