Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Bauhinia weberbaueri (Bauhinia ruiziana)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
H. Ruíz L.   1795-00-00
PERU

F:Botany
A. Weberbauer   4802
PERU

F:Botany
E. Alayo   181988-10-10
Peru, La Libertad, Pataz, Los Alisos-Pataz, 2400m

F:Botany
I. M. Sánchez Vega   4411969-11-17
Peru, Cajamarca, Cajamarca, Distrito de San Juan, Puente del Higuerón, carretera a la costa, 2550m

F:Botany
A. Weberbauer   4802
Peru, Cajamarca, Celendín, Unterhalb Rambran, 2000 - 2100m

F:Botany
V0100966F   
PERU

F:Botany
V0100967F   
PERU

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
1224288Francisco Vivar   1985-04-13
Ecuador, Loja, Trayecto Loma Quemada - Catacocha., -4.1 -79.6

MO
1224292Francisco Vivar   1982-05-29
Ecuador, Loja, San Felipe, -4.13 -79.55

MO
1224293Francisco Vivar   1984-02-23
Ecuador, Loja, Cuamine, a 5 km de Catacocha., -4.1 -79.6

MO
1224295Pablo Lozano   1995-09-13
Ecuador, Loja, Sozoranga, Sozoranga, v, -4.37 -79.8, 1500m

MO
3435719F.A. Werner   2005-07-06
Ecuador, Loja, Calvas, Cerro El Ahuaca, close to the town of Cariamanga. Montane dry forest, scrub and pyrogenic grassland. Secondary forest on north-west slope, just below tower-shaped of rock-climbers., 1980m

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
U.1251229Lewis GP; Merino B; Lozano P   1997-05-13
Ecuador, Loja, Province: Loja. Sacapalca - Pampa Bonita, km 1, finca de Senhor José Ochoa., -4.258306 -79.481861

NL:Botany
L.3891709Madsen JE; Sanchez OA   2001-01-20
Ecuador, Province: LOJA. La Empalme-Celica, km 10., -4.133333 -79.916667

United States National Herbarium


US:Botany
1592797.259J. F. Macbride   35031923-04-26
Peru, Huánuco, 2134 - 2134m

US:Botany
2028997.256R. A. Ferreyra   65531950-01-29
Peru, Huánuco, Ambo, above La Hda. Quicacan, 2200 - 2400m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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