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

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Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
269051L.B. Holm-Nielsen & J. Jaramillo   1980-12-06
Ecuador, Imbabura, Between Guayupe and Pe, 0.73 -78.23, 1050m

MO
270996L.B. Holm-Nielsen, S. Jeppesen, B. L   1973-03-23
Ecuador, Guayas, Marshy area near Palmar, 20 km S of Manglaralto, temporarily very humid., -2.02 -80.72, 0 - 2m

MO
271005L.B. Holm-Nielsen, S. Jeppesen, B. L   1973-03-30
Ecuador, Los R, Surroundings of Montalvo (foothills of the Andes, c. 40 km E of Babahoyo). Rain forest with coffee and cocoa-plantations., -1.78 -79.28, 100 - 200m

MO
271014S. L   1984-04-21
Ecuador, Napo, Road between Puerto Napo and Misahualli., -1.05 -77.73, 600m

MO
271023S. L   1985-12-14
Ecuador, Napo, Napo. Archidona. Roadside and swamp., -0.93 -77.83, 600m

MO
271032Madsen   1987-04-17
Ecuador, Guayas, Isla Pun, -2.8 -80

MO
271041Madsen   1987-04-17
Ecuador, Guayas, Isla Pun, -2.8 -80

MO
271049Madsen   1987-04-18
Ecuador, Guayas, Isla Pun, -2.73 -79.92

MO
271058S. L   1988-02-25
Ecuador, Guayas, Km 5 Rio Inca - Troncal. Roadside., -2.42 -79.33, 30m

MO
271066S. L   1988-03-07
Ecuador, Los R, On road Puebloviejo - Puerto Pechiche. Roadside, disturbed ground, swamps., -1.5 -79.57, 30m

MO
1759012Carlos E. Cer   1992-03-02
Ecuador, Guayas, Naranjal, Reserva Ecol, -2.42 -79.73, 5m

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Cyperus iria L.
668468L. B. Holm-Nielsen   24981973-03-23
Ecuador, Santa Elena, Marshy area near Palmar, 20 km S of Manglaralto., -2.02 -80.72, 2 - 2m


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Google Map

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