Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Struchium sparganophorum (Sparganophorus vaillantii)
Search Criteria: Only include occurrences with coordinates; Ecuador; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Missouri Botanical Garden

2656976L. B. Holm-Nielsen, Jaramillo, J. & Coello, F. & Asanza, E.   1980-09-01
Ecuador, Esmeraldas, R, 0.72 -78.87, 220m

573802Daniel Rubio, G. Tipaz, W. Herzog, S. Carabajo   1991-08-19
Ecuador, Guayas, Guayaquil, Bosque Protector Cerro Blanco. Carretera a Salinas, km 15. Bosque seco Tropical. Suelo derivado de roca caliza., -2.17 -79.97, 100m

580780Carlos E. Cer   1987-09-04
Ecuador, Napo, Reserva Biol, -1.07 -77.6, 450m

595442Dodson et al.   1978-08-15
Ecuador, Los R, Vinces, Jauneche forest, km 70 Quevedo-Palenque, via Mocachi., -1.27 -79.7, 70m

1481998A. Gentry et al.   1981-01-24
Ecuador, Los R, Jauneche Forest, Canton Vinces between Mocache and Palenque on Estero Pe, -1.27 -79.7, 70m

New York Botanical Garden

Struchium sparganophorum (L.) Kuntze
01132856B. C. Bennett   43561990-08-01
Ecuador, Napo, Jatun Sacha Biol. Station. 23k W. of Pto. Napo S. side of Rio Napo, -1.07 -77.65

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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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