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

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
L. A. Sodiro   
ECUADOR

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
1941574Croat   2003-05-30
Ecuador, Zamora-Chinchipe, Along road from Zamora to Romerillos, 13.3 km N of bridge over Rio Bombuscaro at Zamora, 0.4 km N of Pituca along river, -4.13 -78.94, 975m

MO
2872592Sodiro   
Ecuador

MO
685179Edgar Gudi   1991-06-20
Ecuador, Loja, Loja, Carretera Loja-Zamora. Bosque H, -4.02 -78.92, 2100m

MO
689942W.S. Hoover & S. Wormley   1987-11-25
Ecuador, Carchi, Stream by Rafael Quind, 0.88 -78.13, 1730m

MO
690593W.S. Hoover & S. Wormley   1987-11-26
Ecuador, Carchi, Trail beginning above Rafael Quind, 0.87 -78.15, 1670m

MO
926590J.D. Boeke & J.B. McElroy   1976-12-01
Ecuador, Napo, Cosanga, 1940m

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Peperomia scutellariifolia Sodiro Sodiro
04124477E. Gudiño   14151991-06-20
Ecuador, Loja, Loja, Carretera Loja-Zamora. Bosque Húmedo Montano Bajo, -4.02 -78.92, 2100m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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