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

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Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
1297352David Neill & QCNE botany interns   1998-08-28
Ecuador, Manab, Pedernales, Protected due to name conservation status, -0.23 -79.87, 60m

MO
748870C. Dodson   1976-10-07
Ecuador, Los R, Quevedo, Protected due to name conservation status, -0.58 -79.37, 150 - 220m

MO
1081630Walter Palacios, J. Clark & N. Jaramillo   
Ecuador, Esmeraldas, Quinind, Protected due to name conservation status, 0.36 -79.71, 580m

MO
1081761Walter Palacios   1995-02-24
Ecuador, Esmeraldas, Quinind, Protected due to name conservation status, 0.33 -79.77, 550m

MO
1226686Homero Vargas   1997-03-10
Ecuador, Manab, Protected due to name conservation status, 0.02 -79.95, 800m

MO
1460809C.H. Dodson   1976-03-01
Ecuador, Los R, Protected due to name conservation status, -0.58 -79.37, 150 - 220m

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Odontocarya perforata Barneby
320609C. H. Dodson   59921976-03-01
Ecuador, Los Ríos, Along trail 2. Río Palenque Biological Station, km 56 road Quevedo-Santo Domingo., -0.58 -79.37, 150 - 220m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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