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

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Missouri Botanical Garden

575905   1982-05-06
Ecuador, Chimborazo, Road c. 10 km NE of Alao, at Cuspipaccha. Boggy paramo and steep, open mossy slope., -1.8 -78.43, 3550 - 3600m

575911   1982-05-15
Ecuador, Napo, Llanganati. Paramo SE of Chosa Aucacocha, between Aucacocha and Pan de Azucar. Hilly paramo, dominated by 1-2 m high Neurolepis scrub, scattered Escallonia and Gynoxys, and Oritrophium swamps. Soil temperature 6.5, -1.15 -78.3, 3800 - 3900m

575920   1982-05-16
Ecuador, Napo, Llanganati. North facing slope towards the R, -1.13 -78.3, 3600m

575929   1976-08-13
Ecuador, Imbabura, Laguna de Mojanda. Surrounding p, 0.22 -78.27, 3600 - 3700m

575935   1976-10-12
Ecuador, Napo, Road Quito-Baeza, 1 km along take-off road to telecommunication antenna in the pass (P, -0.28 -78.15, 4050m

Naturalis Biodiversity Center

U.1141147Øllgaard B; Balslev H   1976-10-12
Ecuador, Prov. Napo: Road Quito-Baeza, 1 km along take-off road to telecommunication antenna in the pass (Paramo de Guamani)., -0.283333 -78.15

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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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