Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Eleocharis bonariensis (Chaetocyperus bonariensis, Chaetocyperus bonariensis var. fluitans)
Search Criteria: Only include occurrences with coordinates; Ecuador; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Missouri Botanical Garden


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230306Jaime Jaramillo & Vlastimil Zak   1985-08-18
Ecuador, Pichincha, Reserva Flor, -0.23 -78.8, 1800 - 2200m

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269322Simon L   1985-02-28
Ecuador, Zamora-Chinchipe, Road Vilcabamba - Valladolid. C. 8 km S of provincial border., -4.48 -79.15, 2500m

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273690S. L   1984-02-08
Ecuador, Pichincha, P, -0.3 -78.23, 3750m

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273717B. L   1979-05-27
Ecuador, Napo, San Miguel (Salcedo)-Puerto Nuevo (Napo) road (under construction), km 52 from Salcedo. Elfin forest and shrub-covered slopes along road., -0.98 -78.3, 3400 - 3500m

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273726Balslev   1980-11-27
Ecuador, Tungurahua, Northern slope of Volc, -1.33 -78.83, 3700m

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273736Balslev   1982-04-02
Ecuador, Cotopaxi, Parque Nacional Cotopax, Limpiopungu. Laguna y alvadadores., -0.67 -78.5, 3800m

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1001795S. L   1984-02-08
Ecuador, Pichincha, P, -0.3 -78.23, 3750m


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