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

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Missouri Botanical Garden


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Eleocharis plicarhachis (Griseb.) Svenson
2675440B. Ollgaard, Asanza, E. & Brandbyge, J. & Roth, S. & Sperling, C.   1980-07-23
Ecuador, Pastaza, R, -2.5 -76.83, 285m

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Eleocharis plicarhachis (Griseb.) Svenson
2659199S. L   1984-07-12
Ecuador, Napo, At and near Laguna Grande de Cuyabeno., 250m

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Eleocharis plicarhachis (Griseb.) Svenson
2632485E. Asanza Barfod, A.   1982-11-12
Ecuador, Napo, Cuyabeno Nature Reserve, R, -0.03 -76.17, 240m

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Eleocharis plicarhachis (Griseb.) Svenson
2628814H. Balslev Valencia, R. & Paz, G.   1989-04-07
Ecuador, Sucumb, Reserva Faunistica de Cuyabeno, Laguna Ca, -0.02 -76.18, 265m

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Eleocharis plicarhachis (Griseb.) Svenson
269475Asanza & Barfod   1982-11-15
Ecuador, Sucumb, Cuyabeno Nature Reserve. R, -0.05 -76.22, 240m


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