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

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Missouri Botanical Garden


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Jungia mitis Benoist
566480Walter Palacios & H. van der Werff   1989-02-18
Ecuador, Carchi, Al este de la Colonia Huaque, 0.63 -77.68, 3000 - 3200m

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Jungia mitis Benoist
579905Carlos E. Cer   1988-09-10
Ecuador, Pichincha, Cant, -0.45 -78.47, 3500 - 4300m

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Jungia mitis Benoist
585571H. van der Werff, B. Gray & G. Tipas   1991-07-18
Ecuador, Bol, Small patches in disturbed cloud forest, rather dry, along first 15 km of road Chillanes-El Tambo., -1.95 -79.1, 2400m

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Jungia mitis Benoist
589001Vlastimil Zak & Jaime Jaramillo   1987-07-25
Ecuador, Pichincha, El Pongo, -0.25 -78.67, 2800m

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Jungia mitis Benoist
2769884Jorge Ramos, J. Contreras & L. Ramos   2003-08-19
Ecuador, Pichincha, Reserva Ecol, -0.47 -78.67, 3378m


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Google Map

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