Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Aphanes cotopaxiensis
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Missouri Botanical Garden


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Aphanes cotopaxiensis Romoleroux & Frost-Olsen
1005290S. L   
Ecuador, Cotopaxi, Parque Nac. de Cotopaxi, western side of valley NW of Limpio Pungu to foot of Volc. Rumi, -0.63 -78.47, 3850 - 4100m

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Aphanes cotopaxiensis Romoleroux & Frost-Olsen
1005291S. L   
Ecuador, Cotopaxi, Parque Nac. de Cotopaxi, near Limpio Pungu, -0.63 -78.47, 3850 - 4100m

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Aphanes cotopaxiensis Romoleroux & Frost-Olsen
1005292Romoleroux et al.   
Ecuador, Cotopaxi

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Aphanes cotopaxiensis Romoleroux & Frost-Olsen
1005293S. L   
Ecuador, Cotopaxi, Parque Nac. Cotopaxi, NE of Limpio Pungu, -0.62 -78.47, 3900 - 4000m

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Aphanes cotopaxiensis Romoleroux & Frost-Olsen
1005294S. L   
Ecuador, Cotopaxi, In valley NE of Limpio Pungu. On and at horse-trail, dry, sandy/gravelly soil., -0.62 -78.47, 3900 - 4100m


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Google Map

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