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

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Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
Lucilia kunthiana (DC.) Zardini
2662579L. B. Holm-Nielsen, Jaramillo, J.   1980-11-11
Ecuador, Napo, Cordillera de los Llanganates. Upper steep rocky part of Cerro Hermoso. Windswept open rocks, wet., -1.22 -78.28, 4350m

MO
Lucilia kunthiana (DC.) Zardini
597171L.B. Holm-Nielsen   1979-01-11
Ecuador, Napo, P, -0.5 -78.17, 4250m

MO
Lucilia kunthiana (DC.) Zardini
1082481Homero Vargas & M. Villac   1992-03-26
Ecuador, Bol, Guaranda, Reserva de Producci, -1.38 -78.97, 3800 - 4000m

MO
Lucilia kunthiana (DC.) Zardini
1295133Alina Freire-Fierro & L. Haro   1998-11-28
Ecuador, Napo, Quijos, Reserva Ecol, -0.48 -78.17, 4400m

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
Lucilia kunthiana (DC.) Zardini
L.3754020Holm-Nielsen LB; Jaramillo Azanza J   1980-11-11
Ecuador, Napo. Cordillera de los Llanganates, Upper Steep rocky part of Cerro Hermoso., -1.216667 -78.283333


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Google Map

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