Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Huperzia ascendens
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
Huperzia ascendens (Herter ex Nessel) Holub
3235   1980-07-08
Ecuador, Napo, Laguna San Marcos, NE of Volc, -0.12 -77.97, 3370m

MO
Huperzia ascendens (Herter ex Nessel) Holub
3243L.B. Holm-Nielsen, S. Jeppesen, B. L   1973-05-19
Ecuador, Carchi, Base of Volc, 0.78 -77.95, 3900 - 4050m

MO
Huperzia ascendens (Herter ex Nessel) Holub
39242   1980-07-08
Ecuador, Napo, -0.12 -77.97, 3370m

MO
Huperzia ascendens (Herter ex Nessel) Holub
39252   1990-08-09
Ecuador, Carchi, Old road El Angel-Tulc, 0.7 -77.87, 3450m

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
Huperzia ascendens (Herter ex Nessel) Holub
U.1016669Cleef AM   1972-04-27
Colombia, Cundinamarca: Paramo de Cruz Verde Turbera al N de La Laguna El Verjon con rastrojo de Senecio flos -fragrans asociado con Pleurozium schreberi.

NL:Botany
Huperzia ascendens (Herter ex Nessel) Holub
U.1016668Cleef AM   1973-05-08
Colombia, Boyaca: Paramo de Guantiva; Cienaga del Visitador. Carretera Sta. Rosita-Onza 4 km al NW de Sta. Rosita.


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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