Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Miconia nutans
Search Criteria: Jatun Sacha; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
Miconia nutans Donn. Sm.
3233781M. Macias P.   1991-03-22
Ecuador, Napo, Estacion Biologica "Jatun Sacha" 8 km al Este del Puerto Misahualli. En los senderos de la estacion. Bosque muy humedo Tropical. Bosque maduro con suelos oxisoles., -1.07 -77.6, 450m

MO
Miconia nutans Donn. Sm.
322759Al Gentry, D. Neill, S. Manning, & P. Keating   1987-12-29
Ecuador, Napo, Jatun Sacha Biological Station, 8 km E of Misahuali. Permanent Tree Plot No. 1. Non-alluvial, red clay soil. Transect 3, -1.07 -77.6, 450m

MO
Miconia nutans Donn. Sm.
324973Walter Palacios   1988-09-02
Ecuador, Napo, ESTACION BIOLOGICA JATUN SACHA. 8 km al este de Misahuall, -1.13 -77.5, 450m

MO
Miconia nutans Donn. Sm.
328349Al Gentry, D. Neill, & P. Keating   1987-12-29
Ecuador, Napo, Jatun Sacha Biological Station, 8 km E of Misahuali. Permanent Tree Plot No. 1. Non-alluvial, red clay soil. Transect 5, -1.07 -77.6, 450m

MO
Miconia nutans Donn. Sm.
331931Al Gentry, D. Neill, & P. Keating   1987-12-29
Ecuador, Napo, Jatun Sacha Biological Station, 8 km E of Misahuali. Permanent Tree Plot No. 1. Non-alluvial, red clay soil. Transect 4, -1.07 -77.6, 450m

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Miconia nutans Donn.Sm. Donn.Sm.
1653543W. A. Palacios   28901988-09-02
Ecuador, Napo, Estacion Biologica Jatun Sacha. 8 km al este de Misahuallí, río abajo en la margen derecha del Río Napo., -1.13 -77.5, 450m

NY
Miconia nutans Donn.Sm. Donn.Sm.
1653541D. A. Neill   75721987-01-17
Ecuador, Napo, Reserva Biológica Jatun Sacha. Río Napo, 8 km abajo de Misahuallí., -1.07 -77.6, 450m


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Google Map

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