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

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Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
Munnozia tenera (Sch. Bip.) H. Rob. & Brettell
583711B. L   1979-05-01
Ecuador, Napo, S side of Cerro Sumaco. Virgin cloud forest., -0.6 -77.65, 2900 - 3050m

MO
Munnozia tenera (Sch. Bip.) H. Rob. & Brettell
1065078Homero Vargas & D. Sandoval   1995-03-03
Ecuador, Tungurahua, Patate, Los Llanganates. Cordillera Los Llanganates, a 12 Km del Triunfo. Sendero a las lagunas. Bosque muy h, -1.25 -78.35, 3100 - 3600m

United States National Herbarium


US:Botany
Munnozia tenera (Sch. Bip.) H. Rob. & Brettell
3411344.11H. Vargas & D. Sandoval   2921995-03-03
Ecuador, Tungurahua, Patate, Los Llanganates. Cordillera Los Llanganates, a 12 km del Triunfo, -1.25 -78.35, 3100 - 3600m

US:Botany
Munnozia tenera (Sch. Bip.) H. Rob. & Brettell
3533757.11L. B. Holm-Nielsen & F. Coello   294801980-11-14
Ecuador, Morona-Stantiago, Páramo de Matanga, km 42 on road Sigsig - Gualaquiza (old muletrack) E of the pass, -3.2 -78.78, 3000m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.