Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Lepanthes hirtzii
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Harvard University Herbaria


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barcode-01089064C. A. Luer, J. P. Luer, A. C. Hirtz & W. Flores   107501985-03-21
Ecuador, Zamora-Chinchipe, Cajanuma Range, south of Loja, 2750m

Missouri Botanical Garden


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636189C. Luer, A. Hirtz, W. Flores, Andreetta & W. Teague   1988-05-15
Ecuador, Morona-Santiago, Epiphytic in wet forest east of the pass east of Sigsig., 2700m

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638349C. Luer, C. Dodson, A. Hirtz & A. Embree   1986-03-01
Ecuador, Pichincha, Epiphytic in cloud forest along the new road between Quito and Santo Domingo., 2450m

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639253A. Hirtz   
Ecuador, Pichincha, Above Tandapi. [km 73]., 2600m

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648572A. Hirtz   1984-11-05
Ecuador, Pichincha, West Illiniza, 2800m

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648592Luer et al.   1979-10-28
Ecuador, Pichincha, Sto. Domingo-Quito., -0.44 -78.73, 3000m

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648611Luer et al.   1982-03-04
Ecuador, Loja, Yangana-Valladolid., -4.42 -79.15, 2650m

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648631Luer & Escobar   1982-10-30
Ecuador, Loja, Loja-Cuenca., -3.65 -79.24, 3100m

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648648C. Luer, J. Luer & A. Hirtz   1987-01-23
Ecuador, Pichincha, Epiphytic in wet forest, west flank of Volcan Iliniza, Cerro Azul., 2800 - 2900m

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649123Luer et al.   1978-02-12
Ecuador, Loja, Loja-Cuenca. Km 54., 3000m

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668442A. Hirtz, A. Andreetta & S. Ortega   1989-01-20
Ecuador, Morona-Santiago, Lim, 2800m

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655588Dodson & Embree   1985-07-25
Ecuador, Loja, km 12, 2750m

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662160C. Luer, J. Luer, A. Hirtz & W. Flores   1985-03-21
Ecuador, Zamora-Chinchipe, Epiphytic in cloud forest, Cajanuma Range, south of Loja., 2750m

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662190Hirtz   1985-03-22
Ecuador, Loja, 2800m

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673535Hirtz   
Ecuador, Pichincha, 2800m

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674336C. Luer, S. Dalstr   1984-03-31
Ecuador, Pichincha, Epiphytic in cloud forest along the new road between Quito and Santo Domingo., 2600m

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678630Dodson & Embree   1985-07-25
Ecuador, Loja, km 12, 2750m


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