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

Page 1, records 1-11 of 11

Field Museum of Natural History

V0055322FW. H. Camp & F. Prieto   E-49121945-08-20

Harvard University Herbaria

barcode-00014797W. H. Camp   E-49121945-08-20
Ecuador, Prov. Santiago-Zamora ("Oriente"): Eastern slopes of the Cordillera, valley of the río Negro, down to the río Pailas (on the trail to Mendez).

Herbario Nacional Colombiano

54640F. R. Fosberg   227551945-02-05
Ecuador, Cañar, Santo Tomás, steep wall of valley of Río Masar, opposite Shoray 36 Km e.n.e. of Azogues., -2.566667 -78.55, 2460 - 2460m

Missouri Botanical Garden

395121Fosberg & Prieto   1945-05-02
Ecuador, Ca, 2460m

Naturalis Biodiversity Center

L.2591920Rauh W   1973-09-01
Ecuador, Flora ecuaudoriana. Loja - Zamora, Passhöhe.

New York Botanical Garden

Ceratostema ventricosum A.C.Sm. A.C.Sm.
02463749G. P. Lewis   28421996-11-20
Ecuador, El Oro, Track from Chilla to the Antennas., -3.4747 -79.60303, 2850m

Ceratostema ventricosum A.C.Sm. A.C.Sm.
02463750F. R. Fosberg   227511945-02-05
Ecuador, Cañar, Rio Paute Drainage. Huertaspambas, N slope of canyon of Rio Paute bet. Rio Masar and Rio Monay, 35 km ENE of Azoguez.

Ceratostema ventricosum A.C.Sm. A.C.Sm.
02524501F. R. Fosberg   227551945-02-05
Ecuador, Cañar, Río Paute Drainage. Santo Tomas, steep wall of valley of Río Masar, opposite Shoray, 36 km ENE of Azogues. Rocky steep slope., -2.57 -78.55, 2460m

Ceratostema ventricosum A.C.Sm. A.C.Sm.
02524502H. Jorgensen   CuJ-391944-11-25
Ecuador, Santiago-Zamora. "Oriente": Eastern slope and crest of main Cordillera Cutucú., 1585m

Ceratostema ventricosum A.C.Sm. A.C.Sm.
9977W. H. Camp   E49121945-08-20
Ecuador, Morona-Santiago, 1829 - 2286m

United States National Herbarium

1989112.216W. H. Camp   E 49121945-08-00
Ecuador, Morona-Santiago, E slope of Cordillera, near junction of Rio Pailas & Negros., 1829 - 2286m

Page 1, records 1-11 of 11

Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.