Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Psammisia oreogenes
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
V0142536F   
ECUADOR

Herbario Nacional Colombiano


COL
561565Julio Betancur   123492006-09-29
Colombia, Risaralda, Pueblo Rico, Vereda Montebello, cerro Montezuma, carretera que conduce de Montebello a la Torre de repetición, vertiente pacífica de la Cordillera Occidental., 5.25 -76.1, 2100 - 2450m

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
3312706J.L. Luteyn, Roy Fuller & Silvia Aldas   1997-05-20
Ecuador, Imbabura, Protected due to name conservation status, 0.25 -78.55, 2315m

MO
394637Thomas B. Croat   1983-10-08
Ecuador, Pichincha, Protected due to name conservation status, -0.43 -78.69, 2530m

MO
396955Steyermark   1943-04-22
Ecuador, Pichincha, Protected due to name conservation status, 1830 - 2430m

MO
396965W. H. Camp   1945-01-05
Ecuador, Pichincha, Protected due to name conservation status, 2450 - 2850m

MO
1054544J.L. Luteyn et al.   
Ecuador, Pichincha, Protected due to name conservation status, 1800 - 2200m

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
L 0007296Heilbron O   1920-04-03
Ecuador, Pichincha, Ecuador: Pichincha, Tandacoto in silva primaeva

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Psammisia oreogenes Sleumer
02436733J. L. Luteyn   143381990-12-14
Ecuador, Pichincha, Quito-Santo Domingo old rd, Las Palmeras, ca. 59 km WSW of Quito. Trail and forest along Rio Guajalito., -0.3 -78.72, 1800 - 1900m

NY
Psammisia oreogenes Sleumer
02436734J. L. Luteyn   143381990-12-14
Ecuador, Pichincha, Quito-Santo Domingo old rd, Las Palmeras, ca. 59 km WSW of Quito. Trail and forest along Rio Guajalito., -0.3 -78.72, 1800 - 1900m

NY
Psammisia oreogenes Sleumer
169984J. L. Luteyn   151431997-05-20
Ecuador, Imbabura, Otavalo-Selva Alegre road, 53 km W of Otavalo., 0.25 -78.55, 2315 - 2315m

NY
Psammisia oreogenes Sleumer
12252J. L. Luteyn   150311996-11-11
Ecuador, Pichincha, Río Guajalito, trail from Las Palmeras at Km 59 along Quito - Sto. Domingo old road, N along river past biological station., -0.23 -78.17, 1800 - 1900m

NY
Psammisia oreogenes Sleumer Sleumer
02643357J. C. Betancur   123492006-09-29
Colombia, Risaralda, Pueblo Rico, Vereda Montebello, cerro Montezuma, carretera que conduce de Montebello a la Torre de repetición. Vertiente pacifica de la Cordillera Occidental. En barrancos al lado de la carretera., 5.25 -76.1, 2100 - 2450m

NY
Psammisia oreogenes Sleumer
2643358T. B. Croat   569411983-10-08
Ecuador, Pichincha, Along hwy. between Aloag and Santa Domingo de los Colorados 25 km W of main Quito-Latacunga jct.; 55 km E of Alluriquin., -0.425 -78.6917, 2530m

NY
Psammisia oreogenes Sleumer Sleumer
2643359W. H. Camp   E-16781945-01-05
Ecuador, Pichincha, Western slope of the Cordillera. Cerro Corazón., 2438 - 2835m

NY
Psammisia oreogenes Sleumer
2643360J. L. Luteyn   144221992-04-09
Ecuador, Pichincha, Las Palmeras, trail to Río Guajalito Biological Station. Cloud forest., -0.23 -78.17, 1800 - 1900m

NY
Psammisia oreogenes Sleumer
2643361Collector unspecified   34551976-02-04
Vía San Juan-Chiriboga, km 33 desde Quito., 2500m

NY
Psammisia oreogenes Sleumer
2643362J. L. Luteyn   144221992-04-09
Ecuador, Pichincha, Las Palmeras, trail to Río Guajalito Biological Station. Cloud forest., -0.23 -78.17, 1800 - 1900m

NY
Psammisia oreogenes Sleumer
2643363J. L. Luteyn   144221992-04-09
Ecuador, Pichincha, Las Palmeras, trail to Río Guajalito Biological Station. Cloud forest., -0.23 -78.17, 1800 - 1900m

NY
Psammisia oreogenes Sleumer Sleumer
2643364W. H. Camp   E-16771945-01-05
Ecuador, Pichincha, Western slope of the cordillera. Cerro Corazón., 2438 - 2835m

NY
Psammisia oreogenes Sleumer
2643365T. B. Croat   945622005-02-13
Ecuador, Pichincha, Along road from Tandayapa to Nono, 0.5 km from Tandayapa in the direction of Nono., 0.005 -78.6733, 1681m


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