Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Pleurothallis declivis
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Harvard University Herbaria


Harvard:AMES
barcode-00074196Jameson   s. n.1854-10-00
Ecuador, Azuay, Hills above the village of Bibliow

Harvard:AMES
barcode-00083309Jameson   s. n.1854-10-00
Ecuador, Azuay, Hills above the village of Bibliow

Herbario Nacional Colombiano


COL
122073Hernándo García Barriga | Roberto Jaramillo-Mejía   198281969-05-22
Colombia, Línea divisoria entre los Deptos. Santander del Norte y Cesar: entre Abrego y Las Jurisdicciones (Cerro de Oroque)., 7.8777777778 -73.2325, 3440 - 3750m

COL
208114Hernándo García Barriga | Roberto Jaramillo-Mejía   206811974-07-22
Colombia, Cordillera Oriental, limites entre los departamentos Norte de Santander y Cesar, Jurisdicciones, cerro de Oroque., 7.8777777778 -73.2325, 3000 - 3700m

COL
208230Hernándo García Barriga | Roberto Jaramillo-Mejía   206691974-07-22
Colombia, Cordillera Oriental: Límites entre los Departamentos Norte de Sanmtander y Cesar: Jurisdicciones. Cerro de Oroque., 7.8777777778 -73.2325, 3700 - 3900m

COL
209944Hernándo García Barriga | Roberto Jaramillo-Mejía   206321974-07-22
Colombia, Límites entre los Departamentos Norte de Santander y Cesar: Jurisdicciones, Cerro de Oroque., 7.8777777778 -73.2325, 3700 - 3900m

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
667743Harling   1947-07-07
Ecuador, Azuay, 3600m

MO
667762Harling   1947-07-07
Ecuador, Azuay, 3600m

MO
667782Harling   1947-07-07
Ecuador, Azuay, 3600m

MO
667801L.B. Holm-Nielsen, S. Jeppesen, B. L   1973-05-25
Ecuador, Imbabura, 10 km N of Ibarra, 0.37 -78.08, 3700m

MO
667821Asplund   1955-09-26
Ecuador, Azuay, 3250m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.