Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Peperomia rupicola
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
L. A. Sodiro   1902-03-00
ECUADOR

F:Botany
V0443576FC. H. Dodson   72021978-08-22
Ecuador, Cotopaxi, -0.8333 -78.8333

F:Botany
V0443577FD. D. Soejarto & et al.   93941995-12-13
ECUADOR

F:Botany
V0443578FS. W. Ingram   10621991-07-17
ECUADOR

Harvard University Herbaria


Harvard:GH
Peperomia rupicola C. de Candolle
barcode-01982636[data not captured]   
Ecuador, m. Pichinchae et [illegible]

Harvard:GH
Peperomia rupicola C. de Candolle
barcode-01982637L. Sodiro   1906-03-00
Ecuador, in silv. [illegible]

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
2873563Sodiro   
Ecuador

MO
687224Mille   
Ecuador, Pichincha, San Jose de Mina., 2400m

MO
920558L. Werling & S. Leth-Nissen   1981-10-08
Ecuador, Carchi, Maldonado. Along creek, secondary forest and field-edges SW of the village., 1500m

MO
920559Sparre   1967-05-07
Ecuador, Pichincha, road Nono-Nanegal, Rio Alamb, 2200 - 2500m

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
U.1477012Schunke Vigo J   1978-02-19
Peru, Huánuco, Prov.: Leoncio Prado; Distrito: José Crespo y Castillo, Quebrada de Sangapilla, cerca a Aucayacu.


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Google Map

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