Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Tillandsia tectorum (Tillandsia saxicola)
Search Criteria: Only include occurrences with coordinates; Ecuador; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Missouri Botanical Garden

606607L.B. Holm-Nielsen et al.   1973-05-04
Ecuador, Azuay, Km 107 S of Cuenca on Pan American Highway. Steep rocks with debris, very dry, dominated by a.o. Tillandsia medusa., -3.45 -79.15, 3250m

606618Madsen et al.   1990-02-20
Ecuador, Loja, Catamayo Valley. Rd. towards Chuquiribamba. Xeric vegetation., -3.95 -79.35, 1500m

606628B. L   1979-06-07
Ecuador, Azuay, Cuenca-Machala road, between Gir, -3.23 -79.22, 1800m

1101183L.J. Dorr & I. Valdespino   1989-07-16
Ecuador, Azuay, Santa Isabel, S of Santa Isabel, on road to Uruchucay on the R, -3.25 -79.25, 800m

1517986Jos   1998-03-14
Ecuador, Loja, Cerca del R, -4.05 -79.38, 1450m

New York Botanical Garden

Tillandsia tectorum E.Morren E.Morren
03877700L. J. Dorr   66641989-07-16
Ecuador, Azuay, S of Santa Isabel on road to Uruchucay on the Río Jubones, -3.25 -79.25

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Google Map

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