Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Xenophyllum crassum (Werneria crassa subsp. orientalis)
Search Criteria: Only include occurrences with coordinates; Ecuador; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Missouri Botanical Garden


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Xenophyllum crassum (S.F. Blake) V.A. Funk
800955Walter Palacios   1993-10-31
Ecuador, Carchi, Espejo, Reserva Ecol, 0.7 -77.88, 3700m

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Xenophyllum crassum (S.F. Blake) V.A. Funk
1270444John L. Clark & James Fair   1996-11-28
Ecuador, Napo, Parque Nacional Llanganates. Laguna Cable. P, -1.13 -78.3, 3700m

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Xenophyllum crassum (S.F. Blake) V.A. Funk
1294622Homero Vargas, J. C. Ronquillo & N. Granda   1998-10-14
Ecuador, Napo, Parque Nacional Llanganates. Alrededores de la laguna Pan de Az, -1.15 -78.28, 3870m

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Xenophyllum crassum (S.F. Blake) V.A. Funk
1294930Homero Vargas, E. Narv   1998-09-20
Ecuador, Napo, Tena, Parque Nacional Llanganates. V, -0.95 -78.38, 3740m

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Xenophyllum crassum (S.F. Blake) V.A. Funk
1518706David Neill & QCNE botany interns   1999-11-13
Ecuador, Tungurahua, Santiago de P, Parque Nacional Llanganates. Base of Cerro Hermoso on western side, near lake. Metamorphic rock substrate. P, -1.23 -78.3, 3850m

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Xenophyllum crassum (S.F. Blake) V.A. Funk
1518834David Neill & QCNE botany interns   1999-11-14
Ecuador, Tungurahua, Santiago de P, Parque Nacional Llanganates. Southwest flank of Cerro Hermoso, above lake. Gynoxys woodland and wet seep on steep slope of metamorphic rock., -1.23 -78.3, 3950m

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Xenophyllum crassum (S.F. Blake) V.A. Funk
1831104Diana Fern   2001-08-31
Ecuador, Pichincha, Quito, Embalse Salve Faccha. Formaci, -0.33 -78.25, 3600m

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Xenophyllum crassum (S.F. Blake) V.A. Funk
1831108Diana Fern   2001-08-31
Ecuador, Pichincha, Quito, Embalse Salve Faccha. Formaci, -0.33 -78.25, 3600m


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Google Map

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