Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Elaphoglossum ellipsoideum
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Fundación Jardín Botánico Joaquín Antonio Uribe de Medellín


JAUM:JAUM-033
38436Wilson Rodríguez Duque   35142002-07-23
Colombia, Antioquia, San José de la Montaña. Alto el Cristo , 3425m

Herbario Nacional Colombiano


COL
117495S. Espinal T.   3262
Colombia, Cauca, Paramo de Paletara: 3000m., 2.2244444444 -76.3105555556, 3000 - 3000m

COL
250760   s.n.
Colombia, Cundinamarca, San Bernardo, Sin Datos.

COL
277472   s.n.
Colombia, Cundinamarca, San Bernardo, Sin Datos.

COL
277570   s.n.
Colombia, Cundinamarca, San Bernardo, Sin Datos.

COL
426914   s.n.
Colombia, Valle del Cauca, Cordillera Occidental. Bosque subandino húmedo cerca de Lituania., 1970 - 1970m

Instituto Alexander von Humboldt


FMB
FMB-109936Ramirez, B-R; Macias, P-D; Erazo, A-L   228292013-10-01
Colombia, Cauca, La Vega, Resguardo de Pancitará, costado SE Los Tres Cerrillos, cercanías de la quebrada El Silencio, 3180m

FMB
FMB-109786Ramirez, B-R; Sanchez, A; Cordoba, J; Cerón, M; Solarte, D   22609A2013-09-15
Colombia, Cauca, La Vega, Vereda Monte redondo, trayecto Quebrada Alinar-Páramo, Resguardo Guachicono, 3260m

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
1245123H.G. Barclay   59501958-10-07
Colombia, Cauca, Bosque and shrubs growing to edge of lake, north side., 3.95 -74.16, 3360m

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Elaphoglossum ellipsoideum (Sodiro) C.Chr. (Sodiro) C.Chr.
04118184W. D. Rodríguez-Duque   35232002-08-12
Colombia, Antioquia, MPIO. San José de la Montaña. Alto El Cristo., 6.73636 -75.63903, 2850m


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Google Map

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