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

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Missouri Botanical Garden


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703733W.S. Hoover, A. Arguello, P. Gelpi & R.A. Lorentzen   1988-01-20
Ecuador, Carchi, Near encampment in Gualpi Chico area of Aw, 0.97 -78.27, 1330m

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703961H. van der Werff, C. Dodson, & W. Palacios   1987-05-20
Ecuador, Esmeraldas, Esmeraldas Lita wet evergreen forest, mostly in area with recently cut trees., 0.87 -78.47, 600m

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703966H. van der Werff, C. Dodson, & W. Palacios   1987-05-20
Ecuador, Esmeraldas, Esmeraldas Lita wet evergreen forest, mostly in area with recently cut trees., 0.87 -78.47, 600m

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704293Carlos Aulestia & M. Aulestia   1993-03-22
Ecuador, Esmeraldas, San Lorenzo, Reserva Etnica Aw, 0.87 -78.43, 250m

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704319Armando Grijalva, C. Aulestia & J. Taicuz   1993-02-19
Ecuador, Carchi, Tulc, Reserva Etnica Aw, 1.03 -78.25, 1150m

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709981Daniel Rubio, C. Quelal & P. Nastacuaz   1991-06-15
Ecuador, Carchi, Tulc, Reserva Ind, 1.03 -78.23, 1800m

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710017Daniel Rubio, C. Quelal & P. Nastacuaz   1991-06-15
Ecuador, Carchi, Tulc, Reserva Ind, 1.03 -78.23, 1800m

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710108Daniel Rubio, Carlos Quelal & Cleto Pai   1991-03-16
Ecuador, Esmeraldas, San Lorenzo, Reserva Etnica Aw, 1.03 -78.43, 250m

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711669Carlos Quelal, Galo Tipaz & J. Taic   1992-05-21
Ecuador, Carchi, Tulc, Reserva Etnica Aw, 1.02 -78.27, 900m

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713975Galo Tipaz, C. Quelal & G. Cantincuz   1992-05-23
Ecuador, Carchi, Tulc, Parroquia Chical. Sector Gualpi medio. Reserva Ind, 1.03 -78.27, 1000m

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714021Galo Tipaz, J. Zuleta & N. Guanga   1992-06-19
Ecuador, Carchi, Tulc, Parroquia Tobar Donoso. Sector Sabalera. Reserva Ind, 1 -78.4, 650 - 100m

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714039Galo Tipaz, J. Zuleta & N. Guanga   1992-06-19
Ecuador, Carchi, Tulc, Parroquia Tobar Donoso. Sector Sabalera. Reserva Ind, 1 -78.4, 650 - 100m


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