Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Ceratostema nubigenum
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
Ceratostema nubigenum (A.C. Sm.) A.C. Sm.
395093Jaramillo   1983-08-06
Ecuador, Morona-Santiago, 3000 - 3250m

MO
Ceratostema nubigenum (A.C. Sm.) A.C. Sm.
396914   1976-09-16
Ecuador, Morona-Santiago, Muletrack Sevilla de Oro - M, -2.78 -78.57, 3000 - 3250m

MO
Ceratostema nubigenum (A.C. Sm.) A.C. Sm.
397065Steyermark   1943-07-08
Ecuador, Azuay, 3140 - 3350m

MO
Ceratostema nubigenum (A.C. Sm.) A.C. Sm.
1128868John L. Clark & Patricio Conza, Peter Walter, Marcial Zapata   1996-11-04
Ecuador, Zamora-Chinchipe, Zamora, Jamboe Bajo. Eastern border of Podocarpus National Park. Mature forest near cow pasture., -4.08 -78.92, 1100m

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Ceratostema nubigenum (A.C.Sm.) A.C.Sm. (A.C.Sm.) A.C.Sm.
02496710W. H. Camp   E-50401945-08-29
Ecuador, Azuay, Along trail to Mendez above Sevilla de Oro., 3170m

NY
Ceratostema nubigenum (A.C.Sm.) A.C.Sm.
02429778J. L. Clark   3183
Ecuador, Zamora-Chinchipe

NY
Ceratostema nubigenum (A.C.Sm.) A.C.Sm. (A.C.Sm.) A.C.Sm.
02496711J. Jaramillo   55401983-08-06
Ecuador, Morona-Santiago, Pica Sevilla de Oro-Mendez. "Entre Páramo del Castillo-Cerro Negro-Dominguillos"., -2.78 -78.57, 3000 - 3250m

NY
Ceratostema nubigenum (A.C.Sm.) A.C.Sm. (A.C.Sm.) A.C.Sm.
02496712B. Øllgaard   95041976-09-16
Ecuador, Morona-Santiago, Muletrack Sevilla de Oro-Mendez, eastern slope (at Cerro Negro, El Castillo). Montane forest along muletrack., -2.78 -78.57, 3000 - 3250m

NY
Ceratostema nubigenum (A.C.Sm.) A.C.Sm. (A.C.Sm.) A.C.Sm.
02496713J. L. Luteyn   57891978-04-19
Ecuador, Morona-Santiago, Gualaceo-Limón road, 53-64 km E of Gualaceo. Steep slopes with remnant cloud forest., 1870 - 2150m


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