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

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iNaturalist Plant Observations - Colombia


iNaturalist:Colombia
keila2   2017-06-12
Ecuador, Imbabura, San Miguel de Urcuquí, Imbabura, EC, 0.4777168223 -78.1994088223

iNaturalist:Colombia
arlennsalazaf   2019-02-23
Ecuador, Pichincha, Pedro Moncayo, Pichincha, EC, -0.1368234967 -78.2752090546

Missouri Botanical Garden


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140372Adrian Juncosa   1984-02-21
Ecuador, Imbabura, N of Salinas (N of Ibarra). 10-20 km from Pan-Americana. Elev. 1500-1550 m. 0, 0.62 -78.3, 1500 - 1550m

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140380Adrian Juncosa   1984-02-21
Ecuador, Imbabura, N of Salinas (N of Ibarra). 10-20 km from Pan-Americana. Elev. 1500-1550 m. 0, 0.62 -78.3, 1500 - 1550m

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141963Walter Palacios & H. van der Werff   1989-01-24
Ecuador, Pichincha, 5 km antes de Calacal, 0.03 -78.47, 2800m

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152241Carlos Cer   1989-06-30
Ecuador, Carchi, Bol, Valle del R, 0.43 -77.87, 1700 - 2000m

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152706Carlos E. Cer   1988-12-31
Ecuador, Tungurahua, Carretera Pillaro-Ambato Bosque seco Montano Bajo. Suelo arenoso-rocoso., -1.25 -78.5, 2400 - 2550m

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154457Carlos E. Cer   1987-09-17
Ecuador, Pichincha, Cant, 0.08 -78.5, 1800 - 3356m

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154651Carlos E. Cer   1988-10-15
Ecuador, Pichincha, Cant, 0.02 -78.15, 2070m

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154958Carlos Cer   1989-06-19
Ecuador, Pichincha, Parroquia Guayllabamba. Monte espinoso Montano Bajo. Inventario de plantas, -0.05 -78.37, 2000 - 2100m

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1519467Paul E. Berry & Wagner Ram   2001-03-04
Ecuador, Pichincha, 2 km from Mitad del Mundo on road to Calacal, 0.01 -78.47, 2560m

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1519492Paul E. Berry, Jorge Caranqui & Marco Cerna   2001-03-12
Ecuador, Tungurahua, Junction of Ambato-Ba, -1.41 -78.47, 1920m


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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

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