Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Cyperus haspan (Cyperus haspan var. adenophorus, Cyperus haspan subsp. juncoides, Cyperus haspan var. americanus, Cyperus haspan var. riparius, Cyperus efoliatus, Cyperus adenophorus), Cyperus haspan ssp. juncoides
Search Criteria: Only include occurrences with coordinates; Ecuador; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
269002S. L   1984-12-01
Ecuador, Tungurahua, Road Ba, -1.4 -78.22, 1370m

MO
270917Madsen   1987-04-21
Ecuador, Guayas, Isla Pun, -2.73 -79.93

MO
261959Jens Elgaard Madsen   1987-04-21
Ecuador, Guayas, Isla Pun, -2.73 -79.93

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Cyperus haspan L. L.
192424B. C. Bennett   34451988-09-25
Ecuador, Morona-Santiago, Centro Shuar Yukutais. 10km S Sucua, Rio Upano, playa on W side of river, -2.52 -78.15

NY
Cyperus haspan L. L.
192510B. C. Bennett   37601989-04-20
Ecuador, Morona-Santiago, Centro Shuar Yukutais. South of Centro, low-lying area at base of scarf, -3.5 -78.17


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Google Map

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