Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Zanthoxylum lepidopteriphilum
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
C. Díaz S.   20951986-10-10
Peru, Cajamarca, San Miguel, Distrito La Florida. Loc. Agua Azul, 1020m

F:Botany
V0179349F   
ECUADOR

F:Botany
V0179350F   
PERU

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
116140P.M. J   1994-04-12
Ecuador, Loja, Cerro de Celica. Celica-Guachanam, -4.1 -79.95, 2130m

MO
116180P.M. J   1994-04-13
Ecuador, Loja, Cerro de Celica. Celica-Guachanam, -4.06 -79.89, 2700m

MO
116215P.M. J   1994-04-29
Ecuador, Loja, Cerro Sozoranga. Cariamanga-Utuana, Km 29.5. Forest and surrounding pastures and hedges., -4.36 -79.7, 2610m

MO
116768Carlos E. Cer   1988-12-09
Ecuador, Pichincha, Reserva Geobot, 0.08 -78.5, 2070 - 2300m

MO
117310W. Palacios & G. Tipaz   1992-02-02
Ecuador, Carchi, Chulte. Potrerillos. Quebrada Pandalita., 0.62 -78.05, 2500 - 2600m

MO
117337Walter Palacios   1990-07-23
Ecuador, Imbabura, Cant, 0.45 -78.23, 2450m

MO
117345Walter Palacios   1989-01-03
Ecuador, Loja, Cant, -4.3 -79.95, 900m

MO
117994David Neill & C. Cer   1986-12-20
Ecuador, Pichincha, Reserva Geobot, 1800 - 2000m

MO
914713P.M. J   1994-12-14
Ecuador, Loja, El Cisne-Zaruma, Km 3.2. Forest remnants and roadside., 2220m

MO:Tropicos
117305C. Díaz, T. Pennington & C. Reynel   31921989-01-18
Peru, Piura, Huancabamba, Canchaque, entre Chorro Blanco y War War., -5.37 -79.6, 2000 - 2500m

MO:Tropicos
117933Al Gentry, C. Diaz & R. Ortiz   750451991-09-24
Peru, Piura, Cerro Aypate, 49 km E of Ayabaca, lower slopes, disturbed dry cloud forest., -4.58 -79.53, 2120 - 2300m


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Google Map

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