Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Perezia pungens (Perezia elongata, Perezia laurifolia, Perezia stuebelii, Perezia sublyrata var. glabrescens, Perezia weberbaueri, Perezia mandonii)
Search Criteria: Only include occurrences with coordinates; Ecuador; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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iNaturalist Plant Observations - Colombia


iNaturalist:Colombia
priscimuriel   2013-06-15
Ecuador, Napo, Quijos, Reserva Ecol├│gica Antisana, Archidona, Napo, EC, -0.4746176875 -78.1565962505

iNaturalist:Colombia
richard_olmstead   2018-10-27
Ecuador, Azuay, Cuenca, El Cajas National Park, Cuenca, Azuay, EC, -2.783405 -79.2106333333

iNaturalist:Colombia
estebansurez   2007-07-14
Ecuador, Pichincha, Quito, Distrito Metropolitano de Quito, Ecuador, -0.1740083209 -78.5962415387

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
Perezia pungens (Bonpl.) Less.
1734281Carlos E. Cer   1992-07-04
Ecuador, Chimborazo, Riobamba, Reserva Faun, -1.47 -78.87, 4260m

MO
Perezia pungens (Bonpl.) Less.
1754875Carlos E. Cer   1991-12-05
Ecuador, Cotopaxi, Parque Nacional Cotopaxi, Cerro Sunfana. Bosque h, -0.67 -78.5, 3500m

MO
Perezia pungens (Bonpl.) Less.
1806806Carmen Ulloa, Peter J   2003-01-12
Ecuador, Azuay, Cuenca, Parque Nacional Cajas, km 28 redondel Cuenca-Molleturo. Sendero izquierdo Laguna Patoquinoas, p, -2.79 -79.21, 3730 - 3800m

MO
Perezia pungens (Bonpl.) Less.
1831048Diana Fern   2000-06-28
Ecuador, Pichincha, Quito, Volc, -0.37 -78.58, 3790m

MO
Perezia pungens (Bonpl.) Less.
568482Marcia Pe   1991-08-31
Ecuador, Imbabura, Cotacachi, Reserva Ecol, 0.3 -78.37, 3100 - 3400m

MO
Perezia pungens (Bonpl.) Less.
571842Filskov, S   1981-11-27
Ecuador, Bol, At the pass on the road Riobamba - Guaranda. Paramo, slightly grazed., -1.65 -78.83, 4000m

MO
Perezia pungens (Bonpl.) Less.
577660Adrian Juncosa   1983-03-31
Ecuador, Chimborazo, Vicinity of Nevado El Altar, near Rio Blanco. Alt. 3370-3400 m. 1.40'S, 78.30'W., -1.67 -78.5, 3370 - 3400m

MO
Perezia pungens (Bonpl.) Less.
580897Marcia Pe   1992-05-29
Ecuador, Imbabura, Cotacachi. Reserva Ecol, 0.3 -78.37, 3300 - 3350m

MO
Perezia pungens (Bonpl.) Less.
582106   1976-10-02
Ecuador, Cotopaxi, Volc, -0.63 -78.42, 4300m

MO
Perezia pungens (Bonpl.) Less.
588373L.B. Holm-Nielsen   1979-01-11
Ecuador, Napo, P, -0.5 -78.17, 4250m

MO
Perezia pungens (Bonpl.) Less.
588382L.B. Holm-Nielsen   1979-11-02
Ecuador, Napo, NW slope of Antisana, N of Lago Mauca-Machay., -0.43 -78.15, 4250 - 4300m

MO
Perezia pungens (Bonpl.) Less.
588391L.B. Holm-Nielsen et al.   1980-08-13
Ecuador, Pichincha, Volc, -0.53 -78.68, 4000m

MO
Perezia pungens (Bonpl.) Less.
588400Madsen   1981-11-20
Ecuador, Azuay, Shrub near the river on the road from Cuenca to Cajas. Mountain forest., -2.82 -78.13, 3100m

MO
Perezia pungens (Bonpl.) Less.
588409Madsen   1981-11-24
Ecuador, Azuay, 10 km NW of Cuenca. Part of Cajas. Mountain forest at Laguna., -2.82 -79.17, 3000m

MO
Perezia pungens (Bonpl.) Less.
588426   1982-05-05
Ecuador, Chimborazo, Road ca 4 km E of Alao. Disturbed and grazed shrubby forest, dominated by Brachyotum, Rapanea, Osteomeles, and Hesperomeles., -1.87 -78.45, 3350 - 3500m

MO
Perezia pungens (Bonpl.) Less.
588436J. Brandbyge   1983-04-17
Ecuador, Tungurahua, El Arenal on the asphalt road from Ambato to Guaranda. Collections made in the wired quadrat of MAG. Desert like paramo on sandy soil with scattered tussock grasses and small shrubs., -1.42 -78.85, 4070m

MO
Perezia pungens (Bonpl.) Less.
588454Balslev & Paz Mi   1988-05-27
Ecuador, Cotopaxi, Cotopaxi National Park, NW slopes of Volcan Cotopaxi. Alpine heath with sparse low open vegetation., -0.63 -78.55, 4200 - 4500m

MO
Perezia pungens (Bonpl.) Less.
588472   1976-10-10
Ecuador, Napo, Road Quito - Baeza. Ridge N of the pass (P, -0.28 -78.15, 4150 - 4250m

MO
Perezia pungens (Bonpl.) Less.
1128715John L. Clark & Nina Binder, Jane Letham, Mark Thruber   1996-04-28
Ecuador, Imbabura, Otavalo, Reserva Ecol, 0.42 -78.33, 3600m

MO
Perezia pungens (Bonpl.) Less.
1227426Homero Vargas & C. Canaday   1997-05-03
Ecuador, El Oro, Chilla, Cerro de Chilla. Vegetaci, -3.5 -79.63, 3595m

MO
Perezia pungens (Bonpl.) Less.
1294873Homero Vargas & E. Narv   1998-11-28
Ecuador, Napo, Quijos, Reserva Ecol, -0.5 -78.17, 4450m

MO
Perezia pungens (Bonpl.) Less.
1295111Alina Freire-Fierro & L. Haro   1998-11-28
Ecuador, Napo, Quijos, Reserva Ecol, -0.48 -78.17, 4400m

MO
Perezia pungens (Bonpl.) Less.
1295118Alina Freire-Fierro & L. Haro   1998-11-28
Ecuador, Napo, Quijos, Reserva Ecol, -0.48 -78.17, 4400m

MO
Perezia pungens (Bonpl.) Less.
1325288P. Sklenar & V. Kosteckova   1995-05-18
Ecuador, Pichincha, Rucu Pichincha, NE slope of the volcano, superparamo vegetation on steep sandy slopes and rocks., -0.17 -78.57, 4500 - 4600m

MO
Perezia pungens (Bonpl.) Less.
1412296P.M. J   2000-01-09
Ecuador, Azuay, Road Chiquintad-Labrado. North side ending at the dam Presa Chanlud, km 26.9. Distured upper Andean forest and grass p, -2.7 -79.03, 3340 - 3520m

MO
Perezia pungens (Bonpl.) Less.
1516773P.M. J   2000-11-21
Ecuador, Azuay, Cajas. Parque Nacional Cajas, Road Cuenca-Sayaus, -2.77 -79.24, 4100 - 4440m

MO
Perezia pungens (Bonpl.) Less.
584447H. van der Werff, B. Gray & G. Tipas   1991-07-03
Ecuador, Imbabura, Along road Otavalo-Apuela, collected at various altitudes. Lauraceae, except #12163, collected very close to Apuela., 0.33 -78.42

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
Perezia pungens (Bonpl.) Less.
U.1133497Ollgaard B; Balslev H   1976-10-02
Ecuador, Prov. Cotopaxi/Pichincha: Volcan Cotopaxi. NE slope at road to El Refugio., -0.633333 -78.416667

NL:Botany
Perezia pungens (Bonpl.) Less.
U.1133495Hekker F; Hekking WHAM   1987-11-14
Ecuador, Provincia de Pichincha; Laguna Micacocha, ca. 5km SW of the volcano Antisana, superparamo., -0.333333 -78.25

NL:Botany
Perezia pungens (Bonpl.) Less.
U.1133494Hekker F; Hekking WHAM   1987-11-13
Ecuador, Provincia de Pichincha; Western slope of the volcano Antisana, superparamo, ca. 2.5 km W. of this volcano., -0.333333 -78.25


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