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

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Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
706685Brad Boyle, A. Butler & E. Lloyd   1993-06-10
Ecuador, Carchi, R, 1.03 -78.25, 1230 - 1250m

MO
708287Kvist & Holm-Nielsen   1982-06-04
Ecuador, Pichincha, In the Colorado community Congoma Grande at km. 23 on the Santa Domingo - Puerto Lim, -0.35 -79.37, 100m

MO
709990Carlos E. Cer   1987-06-16
Ecuador, Tungurahua, Cant, -1.4 -78.17, 1500m

MO
711527Brad Boyle, P. Chamorro, M. Fleury, P. Hibbs & M. Quer   1993-07-15
Ecuador, Carchi, Cerro Golondrinas. Upper R, 0.83 -78.22, 2250 - 2265m

MO
713605Brad Boyle, P. O'Hara, & A. Tynberg   1993-03-23
Ecuador, Carchi, Cerro Golondrinas. North-facing slope on south side of upper R, 0.87 -78.18, 1750 - 1800m

MO
713679Brad Boyle, S. Riley, & S. Way   1993-04-14
Ecuador, Carchi, Cerro Golondrinas. Upper R, 0.87 -78.17, 1730 - 1760m

MO
1062781John L. Clark & Clare Watt   1995-05-09
Ecuador, Esmeraldas, Quinind, Bilsa Biological Station. Monta, 0.35 -79.73, 400 - 600m

MO
1128239John L. Clark   1996-02-19
Ecuador, Esmeraldas, Quinind, The Mache-Chindul Ecological Reserve. Bilsa Biological Station. Mache Mountains, 35 km W of Quinind, 0.35 -79.73, 500m

MO
1230324A   1997-04-23
Ecuador, Napo, Archidona, Comunidad de Pacto Sumaco. Sector suroccidental. Bosque maduro. Bosque pluvial Pre-Montano. Pendientes suaves < 30%., -0.65 -77.6, 1560 - 1600m

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
L.3918414Lilja I; Andersson L; Persson CH   2008-04-18
Ecuador, Los Ríos: Hda Clementina, Cerro Samama, ca 38 km NE of Babahoyo, 400 m, seasonally dry forest., -1.665278 -79.331389


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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