Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Myrcia fasciata
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Vascular Plant Herbarium


ASU
Julian A . Steyernmark   529611943-06-12
Ecuador, Azuay, Forested slopes between Cruz Pamba and Loma de Cancia, in region of Rio Sadracay, tributary of Rio Mehuir, north of Molleturo, -3 -79, 2315 - 2500m

ASU
W. H. Camp   E-43781945-07-27
Ecuador, Azuay, The eastern Cordillera, 1-8 km north of the village of Sevilla de Oro., -3 -79, 2438 - 2743m

ASU
ASU0055063W. Morawetz; B. Wallnofer   113-289851985-09-28
Peru, Loreto, Se of Pucallpa, next to the junction of the Rio Pachitea and the Rio Yuyapichis; village of Panguana and surroundings. In a distance of 10-2000m from the river Yuyapichis., -9.61667 -74.9333

ASU
D. N. Smith; A. Pretel   79821984-07-24
Peru, Oxapampa, Pasco, Rio San Alberto valley, E of Oxapampa, W slopes of Cordillera Yanachaga., -10.5667 -75.3667

ASU
W. Morawetz; B. Wallnofer   113-289851985-09-28
Peru, Loreto, Se of Pucallpa, next to the junction of the Rio Pachitea and the Rio Yuyapichis; village of Panguana and surroundings. In a distance of 10-2000m from the river Yuyapichis., -9.61667 -74.9333

ASU
ASU0055064David N. Smith; Angle Pretel   79821984-07-24
Peru, Pasco, Prov. Oxapampa, Rio San Alberto valley, E of Oxapampa, W slopes of Cordillera Yanachaga., -10.5667 -75.3667, 2500m

Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
V0065482FJ. A. Steyermark   529691943-06-12
ECUADOR

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
313898Steyermark   1943-06-12
Ecuador, Azuay, Protected due to name conservation status, 2315 - 2500m

MO
313906W. H. Camp   1945-08-27
Ecuador, Azuay, Protected due to name conservation status, 2440 - 2740m

MO
1194341J. Steyermark   
Ecuador, Protected due to name conservation status


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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