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

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Field Museum of Natural History


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

Harvard University Herbaria


Harvard:GH
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


COL
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


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

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


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

New York Botanical Garden


NY
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

NY
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.

NY
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

NY
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

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

United States National Herbarium


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


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Google Map

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