Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Ottoa oenanthoides
Search Criteria: Only include occurrences with coordinates; Ecuador; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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iNaturalist Plant Observations - Colombia


iNaturalist:Colombia
bodofzt   2019-01-21
Ecuador, Pichincha, Mejía, Pichincha, Ecuador, -0.4741370556 -78.4821268889

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
344644S. L   1985-11-18
Ecuador, Imbabura, At Lagune Grande de Mojanda. Burned paramo. Survivors., 0.13 -78.28, 3850m

MO
344655S. L   1985-02-23
Ecuador, Loja, At Lagune Grande de Mojanda. Burned paramo. Survivors., 0.13 -78.28, 2800 - 2950m

MO
344678   1990-09-23
Ecuador, Imbabura, Cerro Blanco, c. 8 km (by air) WSW of Otavalo (Road towards Antenas from road toward San Jose de Minas, south of Otavalo-Selva Alegre road). Cloud forest and roadsides., 0.22 -78.33, 3460 - 3400m

MO
344699S. L   1992-02-08
Ecuador, Imbabura, P, 0.33 -78, 3650 - 3750m

MO
344711   1976-08-09
Ecuador, Imbabura, Road Ibarra - Mariano Acosta, at the pass (on Hda. Yura Cruz). Sloping bunch grass p, 0.33 -78, 3700m

MO
345102L.B. Holm-Nielsen, S. Jeppesen, B. L   1973-05-25
Ecuador, Imbabura, Timber line vegetation on Hacienda Yura Cruz, 10 km N of Ibarra. Paramo dominated by grass., 0.37 -78.08, 3700 - 3800m

MO
345142B. L   1979-03-15
Ecuador, Pichincha, Summit of old road Quito-Santo Domingo, 1-2 km N of San Juan. Grass paramo, with scattered shrubs along streams., -0.27 -78.6, 3400m

MO
346009Walter Palacios   1993-11-02
Ecuador, Carchi, Espejo, Camino Libertad-Mor, 0.75 -78.03, 3400m

MO
346590Carlos Cer   1990-11-17
Ecuador, Pichincha, Rumi, Bosque Protector Pasochoa. Bosque muy H, -0.37 -78.45, 3870 - 3900m

MO
346607Edison Jim   1994-01-10
Ecuador, Imbabura, Cotacachi, Reserva Ecol, 0.53 -78.45, 3236m

MO
346689A   1994-03-08
Ecuador, Pichincha, Quito, Parroquia de Tumbaco. Area de influencia de la Reserva Ecol, -0.33 -78.25, 3750 - 3950m

MO
Ottoa oenanthoides var. oenanthoides
347376Vlastimil Zak   1985-12-01
Ecuador, Pichincha, Faldas Nor-Occidentales del Volc, -0.35 -78.62, 3900 - 4180m

MO
347577L.B. Holm-Nielsen   1980-06-07
Ecuador, Pichincha, Volc, -0.07 -78.03, 3600m

MO
347588Balslev   1980-05-19
Ecuador, Pichincha, Cerro Pichincha above Quito. Bunchgrass paramo with fire influence and steep rocky slope. W of the uppermost TV-antenna., -0.15 -78.53, 3700m

MO
347599L.B. Holm-Nielsen & J. Brandbyge   1980-08-20
Ecuador, Pichincha, Volc, -0.33 -78.62, 2800m

MO
347610L.B. Holm-Nielsen & J. Brandbyge   1980-08-20
Ecuador, Pichincha, Volc, -0.33 -78.62, 2800m

MO
347621Larsen, Eriksen, Kvist, Nissen & Korning   1983-11-07
Ecuador, Imbabura, Southwestern slopes of the volcano Cotacachi, near the road from Cotacachi to Selva Alegre. Secondary paramo with patches of mountain forest dominated by Melastomataceae, Boraginaceae and Araliaceae. Soil temp.: 10, 0.35 -78.43, 3300 - 3350m

MO
347631S. L   1984-01-09
Ecuador, Pichincha, Volc, -0.15 -78.53, 3850m

MO
347633Walter Palacios, G. Tipaz & C. Aulestia   1992-07-30
Ecuador, Pichincha, TABACUNDO: Lagunas Mojanda. Manchas de vegetaci, 0.12 -78.27, 3800m

MO
1761808Carlos E. Cer   1992-04-25
Ecuador, Pichincha, Quito, Parroquia Pifo. Carretera Quito-Baeza. P, -0.23 -78.33, 3500 - 3900m

MO
1831059Diana Fern   2000-06-28
Ecuador, Pichincha, Quito, Volc, -0.37 -78.58, 3790m

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
L.4312842Argent G   1976-08-08
Ecuador, Pichincha, Pichincha near Quito., -0.15 -78.55

Universidad Técnica de Cotopaxi, Ecuador - Herbario


UTCEC:Herbario
Alina Freire-Fierro   43282021-12-31
Ecuador, Carchi, Carretero La Bonita-El Carmelo-Cofanes Chingual, km. 234 a Balneario-Area Ecológica de Conservación Municipal La Bonita. Colecciones en páramo de frailejones (Espeletia pycnophylla, Asteraceae). Acompañante: Byron Andrade., 3.627778 -77.676944, 3504m


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