Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Elleanthus phorcophyllus
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
V0436355FC. H. Dodson & L. B. Thien   5831961-09-15
ECUADOR

F:Botany
V0436356FC. H. Dodson & L. B. Thien   14741961-11-20
ECUADOR

Harvard University Herbaria


Harvard:AMES
barcode-00099049W. H. Camp   E 6961944-10-10
Ecuador, Loja, Loma de Oro, just south of Saraguro, 10500 feet

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
662520Dodson & Thien   1961-11-20
Ecuador, Loja, 2800m

MO
637034Hirtz et al.   1988-05-16
Ecuador, Zamora-Chinchipe, Zamora-Gualaquiza. Cord. Condor, -3.81 -78.61, 1500m

MO
642018W. H. Camp   
Ecuador, Loja, Loja-Cuenca., -3.65 -79.24, 3100m

MO
651615W. H. Camp   
Ecuador, Loja, Loja-Cuenca., -3.65 -79.24, 3100m

MO
653328B. L   1979-06-10
Ecuador, Azuay, Gualaceo-General Plaza (Lim, -3 -78.68, 3000 - 3150m

MO
668392Harling et al.   
Ecuador, Morona-Santiago, 3000m

MO
672063Molau & Eriksen   1988-01-15
Ecuador, Tungurahua, 3100m

MO
673770Dodson et al.   1988-11-21
Ecuador, Morona-Santiago, 3100m

MO
680287Dodson & Thien   1961-09-15
Ecuador, Loja, 2600m

MO
680307Dodson & Thien   1961-09-27
Ecuador, Loja, 2800m

MO
680323L.B. Holm-Nielsen, J. Jaramillo & F. Coello   1980-12-13
Ecuador, Ca, Rivera NE of Pindilig., -2.58 -78.65, 2900m

MO
680344Jaramillo   1979-11-02
Ecuador, Azuay, 3261 - 3444m

MO
680363Jaramillo & Winnerskjold   1983-08-23
Ecuador, Loja, 2800m

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Elleanthus phorcophyllus Garay Garay
8758W. H. Camp   E6961944-10-10
Ecuador, Loja, Loma de Oro, just south of Saraguro, 3200 - 3200m

NY
Elleanthus phorcophyllus Garay Garay
8759W. H. Camp   E6961944-10-10
Ecuador, Loja, Loma de Oro, just south of Saraguro, 3200 - 3200m


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Google Map

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