Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Clematis guadeloupae var. guadeloupae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
M. O. Dillon & et al.   44371986-03-19
Peru, Cajamarca, Santa Cruz, Distrito Catache. Upper Río Zaña valley, ca. 5 km above Monteseco on path below campsite, 1450 - 1500m

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
567310Walter Palacios   1985-07-25
Ecuador, Morona-Santiago, Bomboiza, 17 km SE. Gualaquiza. En los margenes del Bosque primario y, -3.45 -78.57, 750m

MO
746297C. Dodson   
Ecuador, Los R, Quevedo, R, -0.58 -79.37, 150 - 220m

MO
747091Dodson et al.   
Ecuador, Los R, Vinces, Jauneche forest, km 70 Quevedo-Palenque, via Mocachi., -1.27 -79.7, 70m

MO
933382C.H. Dodson, M. Fallen & F.M. Valverde   1979-07-14
Ecuador, Los R, Vinces, Jauneche Forest, Jauneche, km 70 Quevedo-Palenque, 100m

MO
1004561Jaramillo   1988-02-22
Ecuador, Loja, 2330 - 2650m

MO:Tropicos
1069991J.P. Folsom, Robert L. Dressler, Kerry Dressler, C. Meyers & A. Jaslow   57021977-10-02
Panama, Coclé, Around Rivera Sawmill, 7 km north of El Copé, reclaimed area, reopened road west of the sawmill., 8.67 -80.6, 700 - 850m

MO:Tropicos
1348219Kenneth J. Sytsma   11891980-09-18
Panama, Panamá, Cerro Campana, tropical moist forest, trail leading to cross, 8.7 -79.92, 822m

MO:Tropicos
1728399Al Gentry   18421971-09-16
Panama, Panamá, Capira, Cerro Campana, above Su-Lin Motel, 8.69 -79.92, 650m

MO:Tropicos
575573José Schunke-V.   95241976-12-20
Peru, San Martín, Mariscal Caceres, Dtto. Tocache Nuevo; Río de la Plata, nor este de Tocache., 500 - 700m

MO:Tropicos
928463Herbert H. Smith   19571898-01-14
Colombia, Magdalena, Santa Marta, 548m

United States National Herbarium


US:Botany
3354267.105P. Acevedo-Rodriguez   90701997-01-25
Peru, Cuzco, Cuzco, Districto Camisea, Malvinas, village along Urubamba River


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Google Map

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