Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Jungia rugosa (Jungia jelskii)
Search Criteria: Only include occurrences with coordinates; Ecuador; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
F. W. H. A. von Humboldt   3143
Ecuador, Chimborazo, -1.9167 -78.75

iNaturalist Plant Observations - Colombia


iNaturalist:Colombia
ripleyrm   2013-07-02
Ecuador, Chimborazo, Alausí, Chimborazo Province, Ecuador, -2.155722584 -78.8496761487

iNaturalist:Colombia
ripleyrm   2013-07-04
Ecuador, Chimborazo, Alausí, Chimborazo Province, Ecuador, -2.1608333333 -78.849445

iNaturalist:Colombia
ripleyrm   2013-07-04
Ecuador, Chimborazo, Alausí, Alausí, Chimborazo, Ecuador, -2.1608333333 -78.849445

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
581412Carlos Cer   1990-08-18
Ecuador, Chimborazo, Riobamba, Parque Nacional Sangay. P, -1.87 -78.45, 3300 - 3700m

MO
587396   1976-07-17
Ecuador, Napo, Road Quito-Baeza, at Laguna de Papallacta. Montane forest with grazed pastures in clearings, W of the lake., -0.35 -78.1, 3350m

MO
587405B. L   1979-06-14
Ecuador, Azuay, 0-2 km W of Laguna Llaviucu, c. 10 km WNW of Sayaus, -2.83 -79.17, 3200m

MO
588808Vlastimil Zak & Jaime Jaramillo   1987-12-26
Ecuador, Chimborazo, carretera Riobamba- Licto-Pungal, -1.83 -78.5, 3570 - 3620m

MO
1053498Eduardo Kohn   
Ecuador, Ca, Ingapirca Parish. Salado. Highly disturbed Montane Humid Forest life zone., -2.5 -78.88, 3200m

MO
1212927Eduardo Kohn   
Ecuador, Ca, Ingapirca Parish. Ingapirca. Highly disturbed Montane Humid Forest life zone., -2.5 -78.88, 3200m

MO
1735717Carlos E. Cer   1992-07-18
Ecuador, Chimborazo, Riobamba, L, -1.5 -78.82, 3400m

MO
1746420Carlos E. Cer   1992-08-03
Ecuador, Chimborazo, Reserva Faunistica del Chimborazo. Lado Occidental de la Reserva. Cerca al P, -1.5 -78.82, 3400m

MO
1830091Jorge Caranqui   2002-04-30
Ecuador, Chimborazo, Chambo, Comuna Dal-dal. Remanente bosque montano, trayecto al Pa14ramo., -1.8 -78.55, 3425m

MO
3034966C. Aedo & C. Ulloa   2006-07-15
Ecuador, Pichincha, Machachi, Pugyopamba, bosque de Oreopanax y Myrsine, -0.55 -78.52, 3655m

MO
2683666B. Staahl   1995-09-04
Ecuador, Napo, Environs of Oyacachi and along trail to old village. Remnants of montane forest and pastures, -0.02 -78, 2800 - 3200m

MO
2658656P. M. Jorgensen, Luteyn, J. L. & Romoleroux, K.   1990-11-17
Ecuador, Azuay, Cuenca - Molleturo, km 17. Roadside., -2.83 -79.12, 3110m

MO
2656472P. M. Jorgensen, Ulloa, C. & Gavilanes, M.   1990-07-18
Ecuador, Azuay, Cuenca - Machala, km 22, turnoff towards Patachoca, km 7. Shrubby secondery vegetation with small pathes of tall forests dominated by Clusia and Weinmannia., -3.1 -79.08, 3000m

MO
2653346P. M. Jorgensen   1987-08-17
Ecuador, Azuay, R, -2.75 -79.17, 3050 - 3150m

MO
2652950P. M. Jorgensen   1987-03-22
Ecuador, Pichincha, Quito-Nono, turnoff towards Yanacocha., -0.15 -78.58, 3600m

MO
3346030J. Jaramillo and V. Winnerakjold   1983-07-29
Ecuador, Azuay, Carretera Cuenca-Area de Recreacion Cajas, colecciones en potrero, bosque secundario yalrededores de la laguna de la localidad denominada Surrucuchu, sector SO de Cuenca., -2.83 -79.22, 3000 - 3250m

MO
1932263Jorge Ramos, J. Contreras, L. Ramos & F. Biteri   2003-08-05
Ecuador, Cotopaxi, Cant, -0.52 -78.97, 2731m

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
L.3766654Jorgensen PM; Ulloa C; Gavilanes M   1990-07-18
Ecuador, Azuay. Cuenca - Machala, km 22, turnoff towards Patachoca, km 7., -3.1 -79.083333

NL:Botany
L.3766523Jorgensen PM; Luteyn JL; Romoleroux K   1990-11-17
Ecuador, Azuay. Cuenca - Molleturo, km 17., -2.833333 -79.116667

NL:Botany
L.3766504Jorgensen PM   1987-03-22
Ecuador, Pichincha. Quito-Nono, turnoff towards Yanacocha., -0.15 -78.583333


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