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

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Missouri Botanical Garden


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729499David Neill   1989-01-07
Ecuador, Napo, Jatun Sacha Biological Station. R, -1.07 -77.6, 450m

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729637J. Brandbyge et al.   1980-08-05
Ecuador, Napo, San Pablo de los Secoyas. 2-5 km W of the village. Disturbed primary forest., -0.25 -76.35, 300m

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729645J. Brandbyge et al.   1980-08-08
Ecuador, Napo, R, -0.25 -76.35, 300m

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729652J. Brandbyge et al.   1981-08-07
Ecuador, Napo, San Pablo de los Secoyas. Path leading in the direction NW. Very wet and partly inundated forest., -0.25 -76.35, 300m

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729661Balslev et al.   1986-05-30
Ecuador, Morona-Santiago, 10-20 km west of Cangaime on eastern foothills of Cordillera de Cutuc, -2.28 -77.75, 600m

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729708James S. Miller & W.Wilbert & S.F.S. Med. Bot. Class   1986-07-03
Ecuador, Napo, Reserva Biologia Jatun Jacha, ca. 8 km ESE of Puerto Misahualli. 1, -1.07 -77.62, 450m


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