Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Gaylussacia loxensis
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
V0141783FJ. Schunke Vigo   36821966-06-04
PERU

F:Botany
V0141782FJ. L. Luteyn et al.   154852002-07-03
PERU

F:Botany
V0141781FJ. L. Luteyn & M. Lebron-Luteyn   55761978-03-14
PERU

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
392922   1976-09-23
Ecuador, Loja, Amaluza. 10-12 km ENE of the village (near Laguna Negra). P, -4.57 -79.38, 3000 - 3400m

MO
394557Lehmann   
Ecuador, Loja, 2800 - 3000m

MO
394565Prieto   1944-09-10
Ecuador, Azuay, 2400 - 2900m

MO:Tropicos
395848Robin Foster   90201982-10-07
Peru, Pasco, Oxapampa, Cordillera Yanachaga: Cerro Pajonal chacos, 12 km SE of Oxapampa. Shrubland on white sandstone, spongy sphagnum humus up to 2 m deep except where burned., -10.58 -75.33, 2700 - 2800m

MO:Tropicos
395851D. N. Smith & Sergio Vasquez S.   50071983-09-04
Peru, Amazonas, Chachapoyas, Chachapoyas-Cajamarca road, between Leimebamba and Calla-Calla, 12-15km from Leimebamba Mosaic of low shrubfields and meadows, moist and paramo-like., -6.75 -77.8, 2960 - 3100m

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
L.3778550Luteyn JL; Sánchez-Vega IM; Zapata Cruz M   2002-07-03
Peru, Amazonas. Chachapoyas: Near Pinamonte, 77 km NE of Balsas and 15.6 km SW of Leymebamba., -6.725 -77.84

NL:Botany
L.3778549Luteyn JL; Sánchez-Vega IM; Zapata Cruz M   2002-07-03
Peru, Amazonas. Chachapoyas: Near Pinamonte, 77 km NE of Balsas and 15.6 km SW of Leymebamba., -6.725 -77.84

NL:Botany
L.2593969Unreadable   1866-05-01
Peru

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Gaylussacia loxensis Sleumer Sleumer
668893J. L. Luteyn   154852002-07-03
Peru, Amazonas, Chachapoyas, Near Piñamonte, 77 km NE of Balsas and 15.6 km SW of Leymebamba., -6.725 -77.84, 2850 - 2850m

NY
Gaylussacia loxensis Sleumer Sleumer
2529137P. C. Hutchison   69471964-10-14
Peru, Amazonas, Chachapoyas, Cerros Calla Calla, E side, 18 km above Leimebamba on the road to Balsas., 3000 - 3100m

NY
Gaylussacia loxensis Sleumer Sleumer
2529138J. L. Luteyn   55761978-03-14
Peru, Amazonas, Chachapoyas, Leymebamba-Balsas road, km 412-421. Steep roadside slopes., 2450 - 2900m

NY
Gaylussacia loxensis Sleumer Sleumer
2529139D. N. Smith   50071983-09-04
Peru, Amazonas, Chachapoyas, Chachapoyas-Cajamarca road, between Leimebamba and Calla-Calla, 12-15 km from Leimebamba., -6.75 -77.8, 2960 - 3100m

NY
Gaylussacia loxensis Sleumer Sleumer
2529140J. L. Luteyn   154852002-07-03
Peru, Amazonas, Chachapoyas, Near Piñamonte, 77 km NE of Balsas and 15.6 km SW of Leymebamba. Steep roadside, dry slopes., -6.725 -77.84

NY
Gaylussacia loxensis Sleumer Sleumer
02529132F. Prieto   P-2651945-09-10
Ecuador, Azuay, "Oriente" Border: Eastern Cordillera, between Oña and the Río Yacuambi., -3.478715 -79.045511, 2438 - 2896m

NY
Gaylussacia loxensis Sleumer Sleumer
2529133R. A. Ferreyra   152851963-08-21
Peru, Amazonas, Chachapoyas, Calla-Calla, entre Leimebamba y Balsas., 2900 - 3000m

NY
Gaylussacia loxensis Sleumer Sleumer
2529134J. D. Boeke   18011977-05-28
Peru, Amazonas, Chachapoyas, Balsas-Leimebamba road, km 416.

NY
Gaylussacia loxensis Sleumer Sleumer
2529135P. C. Hutchison   55431964-06-05
Peru, Amazonas, Chachapoyas, Cerros Calla Calla, east side, 19 km above Leimebamba on the road to Balsas., 3100m

NY
Gaylussacia loxensis Sleumer Sleumer
2529136J. L. Luteyn   11382B1985-02-13
Peru, Amazonas, 18 km SW of Leimebamba along road towards Balsas. Slopes along road., -6.75 -77.8, 3000m

NY
Gaylussacia loxensis Sleumer Sleumer
01197694J. L. Luteyn   154852002-07-03
Peru, Amazonas, Chachapoyas, Near Piñamonte, 77 km NE of Balsas and 15.6 km SW of Leymebamba., -6.725 -77.84, 2850 - 2850m

United States National Herbarium


US:Botany
2127841.211F. C. Lehmann   4965 p.p.
Ecuador, Loja, 2800 - 3300m


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