Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Monopyle mexiae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
Monopyle mexiae C.V. Morton
792646Walter Palacios   
Ecuador, Morona-Santiago, Huamboya, Cant, -1.97 -77.82, 850m

MO
Monopyle mexiae C.V. Morton
1069583Y. Mexia   
Ecuador, Napo

MO
Monopyle mexiae C.V. Morton
1069590Alexander Skutch   
Ecuador, Napo, Vicinity of Puyo (Eastern foot-hills of the Andes)., -1.47 -77.98, 750 - 1000m

United States National Herbarium


US:Botany
Monopyle mexiae C.V. Morton
1662391.209Y. Mexia   70771935-03-22
Ecuador, Napo / Pastaza, Canton Napo, Zatzayacu., 500 - 500m

US:Botany
Monopyle mexiae C.V. Morton
1662390.209Y. Mexia   70771935-03-22
Ecuador, Napo / Pastaza, Canton Napo, Zatzayacu., 500 - 500m

US:Botany
Monopyle mexiae C.V. Morton
2466981.104P. C. Hutchison & J. K. Wright   37521964-01-25
Peru, Amazonas, Prov. Bagua, km 286 E of Olmos, rd to Nayaret [Nazaret?], Rio Marañon 8 km downstream from Montenegro, 650m

US:Botany
Monopyle mexiae C.V. Morton
1775486.104A. F. Skutch   44551939-08-00
Ecuador, Napo, Vicinity of Puyo, Prov. Napo-Pastaza (eastern foot-hills of the Andes), 750 - 1000m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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