Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Ophryosporus venosissimus
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
Ophryosporus venosissimus (Rusby) B.L. Rob.
1303540Miguel Bang   1113
Bolivia, Cochabamba

MO:Tropicos
Ophryosporus venosissimus (Rusby) B.L. Rob.
580771Marko Lewis   373161990-05-29
Bolivia, La Paz, Inquisivi, Jucumarini Trail - - Along the trail between Chichipata and Jucumarini, collections especially made in the area of Condor Conuña, a series of sandstone cliffs visible 2 km N. of Quime. Alnus-Hesperomeles woodlands of cliffs and steep slopes., -16.63 -67.22, 3300 - 3400m


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Google Map

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