Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Nectandra coeloclada
Search Criteria: Jatun Sacha; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Missouri Botanical Garden


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47767Walter Palacios   1987-08-14
Ecuador, Napo, Tena, RESERVA BIOLOGICA JATUN SACHA, 8 km. de Puerto Misahualli, margen derecha del R, -1.07 -77.62, 450m

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47783Walter Palacios   1987-08-14
Ecuador, Napo, Tena, RESERVA BIOLOGICA JATUN SACHA, 8 km. de Puerto Misahualli, margen derecha del R, -1.07 -77.62, 450m

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47791Walter Palacios   1987-09-01
Ecuador, Napo, Tena, RESERVA BIOLOGICA JATUN SACHA, 8 km. de Puerto Misahualli, margen derecha del R, -1.07 -77.62, 450m

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47814Walter Palacios   1988-08-28
Ecuador, Napo, Tena, A 2 km de JATUN SACHA, en v, -1.13 -77.5, 450m

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47845Walter Palacios   1988-09-07
Ecuador, Napo, Tena, ESTACION BIOLOGICA JATUN SACHA Margen derecho del R, -1.07 -77.62, 450m

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51542Walter Palacios   1987-07-03
Ecuador, Napo, Tena, RESERVA BIOLOGICA JATUN SACHA, 8 km. de Puerto de Misahualli, margen derecha del R, -1.07 -77.62, 450m

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881228Nigel Pitman & David Neill   1994-04-26
Ecuador, Napo, Tena, Jatun Sacha Biological Station. Napo River, 8 km east of Misahuall. Tropical Wet Forest. Primary forest. Alluvial soil, on river terrace. Marked trees in Permanent Plot No. 5., -1.07 -77.6, 400m

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3579804J. Homeier, M.A. Chinchero, E. Jaramillo & L. Guachamin   2007-10-10
Ecuador, Napo, area of the biological station Jatun Sacha, tropical lowland forest, -1.07 -77.62

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3577891J. Homeier, M.A. Chinchero, E. Jaramillo & L. Guachamin   2007-10-15
Ecuador, Napo, area of the biological station Jatun Sacha, tropical lowland forest, -1.07 -77.62


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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