Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Myoxanthus scandens
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
V0435101FJ. A. Steyermark & J. J. Wurdack   12101955-03-01
VENEZUELA

Harvard University Herbaria


Harvard:AMES
barcode-01089277B. MacBryde   7371971-10-19
Ecuador, Napo, 16.5 Km NNE of Santa Rosa (on road from Baeza to Lago Agrio), 1700m

Harvard:AMES
barcode-01089282E. Asplund   93121939-10-14
Ecuador, Napo-Pastaza, Tena

Harvard:AMES
barcode-01089364E. Asplund   132271940-07-21
Peru, Huánuco, Huánuco, West of Divisora, 1400m

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
671611Hirtz & Andreetta   1984-10-05
Ecuador, Sucumb, 1300m

MO
674573Macbryde B.   1971-10-19
Ecuador, Napo, 1700m

MO
635054Dodson & T. Dodson   1986-05-30
Ecuador, Napo, 580m

MO
641527Luer & Hirtz   1982-02-21
Ecuador, Napo, R, 600m

MO
646250Luer et al.   1989-01-17
Ecuador, Morona-Santiago, Mendez-Morona., -3.01 -78.2, 950m

MO
648693Asplund   1939-10-14
Ecuador, Napo, 500m

MO
652572Luer et al.   1975-07-28
Ecuador, Pastaza, Puyo., -1.47 -77.98, 600m

MO
661283Luer et al.   1979-10-30
Ecuador, Napo, Baeza-Lago Agrio., -0.09 -77.59, 1650m

MO
666542Luer et al.   1987-02-05
Ecuador, Morona-Santiago, East of Mendez., 800m

MO
668430Luer et al.   1987-02-05
Ecuador, Morona-Santiago, East of Mendez., 1000m

MO
668533Dodson et al.   1987-05-19
Ecuador, Esmeraldas, 850m

MO
675808Asplund   1939-10-14
Ecuador, Napo, 600m

MO:Tropicos
2071895J. P. Folsom & J. Kauke   14071977-01-22
Panama, Panamá, Chepo, El Llano to Cartí Road, 14 Km N of Panamerican Highway, cloud forest, 9.27 -79.93, 350 - 500m

MO:Tropicos
652971Greg de Nevers & Heraclio Herrera   42301984-11-08
Panama, San Blas, El Llano-Cartí Road. [Coordinates on original label: 9º19'N, 78º55'W], 9.33 -78.96, 300m

Museo Nacional de Costa Rica


CR
147908Stevens Warren D.   245681986-09-15
Costa Rica, Limón, Cerro Coronel E of Laguna Danto. Tall evergreen forest on gentle to moderately steep slopes., 10.68 -83.63, 170m

CR
154568Katherine Richardson   1991-03-19
Costa Rica, Heredia, Sarapiquí, Finca La Selva OTS Field Station near junction of Puerto Viejo and Sarapiqui rivers. Camino Circular lejano (CCL) 750., 10.43 -84.03, 50m

CR
64251Lent Roy W.   3710
Costa Rica, Cartago, Forest on Casa de Tejas Ridge above Río Gato., 9.78 -83.68, 800m

CR
154809Katherine Richardson   1991-03-19
Costa Rica, Heredia, Sarapiquí, Finca La Selva OTS Field Station near junction of Puerto Viejo and Sarapiqui rivers. Camino Circular lejano (CCL) 750., 10.43 -84.03, 50m

CR
163453Stephen Ingram   7121990-11-16
Costa Rica, San José, Vazquez De Coronado, P.N. Braulio Carrillo Along Sendero La Botella in 1' forest., 10.16 -83.95, 750m

CR
72494Walter K. S.   794861979-09-21
Costa Rica, Cartago, 5.6 km San José side of road leading to Palmital steep dirt road up hill from Pan American hwy., 1700 - 1800m

CR
73666Todzia Carol A.   10231979-11-11
Panamá, Prov. Panamá Llano - Carti Rd. 1 mile past saw mill on dirt road., 400m

CR
26204Brenes Alberto Manuel   262041926-10-24
Costa Rica, Alajuela, San Ramón, La Palma., 10.13 -84.55

CR
34052Brenes Alberto Manuel   340521924-08-29
Costa Rica, Alajuela, San Ramón, La Palma., 10.13 -84.55, 1200m

United States National Herbarium


US:Botany
2268582.246E. Asplund   93121939-10-14
Ecuador, Napo

US:Botany
1493742.254P. C. Standley & R. Torres Rojas   513311926-03-06
Costa Rica, Cartago

US:Botany
1493616.255P. C. Standley & J. Valerio R.   470131926-02-07
Costa Rica, Cartago

US:Botany
1309499.255P. C. Standley & J. Valerio R.   472481926-02-07
Costa Rica, Cartago

US:Botany
1229798.256P. C. Standley   339091924-02-08
Costa Rica, Cartago


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