Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Naucleopsis krukovii (Pseudolmedia krukovii)
Search Criteria: Only include occurrences with coordinates; Ecuador; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Vascular Plant Herbarium


ASU
Naucleopsis krukovii (Standl.) C. C. Berg
ASU0320134   2010-11-04
Ecuador, Yasuni National Park; B, -0.67814 -76.4014, 232m

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
Naucleopsis krukovii (Standl.) C.C. Berg
46022David Neill W. Palacios, J. Zaruma   1986-09-10
Ecuador, Napo, Estaci, -0.42 -77, 250m

MO
Naucleopsis krukovii (Standl.) C.C. Berg
706435Al Gentry, C. Ceron & G. Benavides   1988-12-27
Ecuador, Napo, Dureno, Reserva Forestal de Communidad Cofan de Dureno, Rio Aguarico. TRANSECT 1, 0.25 -76.75, 300m

MO
Naucleopsis krukovii (Standl.) C.C. Berg
710957Walter Palacios   1987-08-14
Ecuador, Napo, RESERVA BIOLOGICA JATUN SACHA, 8 km. de Puerto Misahualli, margen derecha del R, -1.07 -77.62, 450m

MO
Naucleopsis krukovii (Standl.) C.C. Berg
712081Korning & Thomsen   1986-02-01
Ecuador, Napo, A, -0.55 -76.37, 355 - 365m

MO
Naucleopsis krukovii (Standl.) C.C. Berg
712088Korning & Thomsen   1986-02-01
Ecuador, Napo, A, -0.55 -76.37, 355 - 365m

MO
Naucleopsis krukovii (Standl.) C.C. Berg
712095Korning & Thomsen   1986-02-01
Ecuador, Napo, A, -0.55 -76.37, 355 - 365m

MO
Naucleopsis krukovii (Standl.) C.C. Berg
712102Korning & Thomsen   1986-02-01
Ecuador, Napo, A, -0.55 -76.37, 355 - 365m

MO
Naucleopsis krukovii (Standl.) C.C. Berg
713079David Neill, C. Cer   1988-01-09
Ecuador, Napo, Parque Nacional Yasun, -0.95 -76.22, 230m

MO
Naucleopsis krukovii (Standl.) C.C. Berg
714481Jorge Zaruma   1986-09-08
Ecuador, Napo, Estaci, -0.32 -76.83, 250m

MO
Naucleopsis krukovii (Standl.) C.C. Berg
917477Milton Aulestia   1994-05-18
Ecuador, Napo, Orellana, Parque Nacional Yasun. Carretera y oleoducto de Maxus, Km 40. Parcela permanente # 10, de 1 hectrea. Bosque h, -0.65 -76.43, 250m

MO
Naucleopsis krukovii (Standl.) C.C. Berg
919108Milton Aulestia   1994-08-08
Ecuador, Napo, Orellana, Parque Nacional Yasun, -0.65 -76.43, 250m

MO
Naucleopsis krukovii (Standl.) C.C. Berg
1006580C.C. Berg & R.W.AP. Akkermans   
Ecuador, Napo, Rio Cuyabeno, patch of upland foreste in riverine forest., 0.17 -75.92, 200m

MO
Naucleopsis krukovii (Standl.) C.C. Berg
1228202Tamara Nu   1997-08-23
Ecuador, Napo, Tena, Construcci, -0.92 -77.42, 300 - 500m

MO
Naucleopsis krukovii (Standl.) C.C. Berg
1352223Efra   1998-12-17
Ecuador, Napo, Pompeya. Pozo Indillana 2. Bosque secundario h, -0.42 -76.67, 300m

MO
Naucleopsis krukovii (Standl.) C.C. Berg
1831880Wilson Quizhpe, C. Chimbo, V. Granda & C. Rosales   2002-10-15
Ecuador, Zamora-Chinchipe, Nangaritza, Regi, -4.31 -78.68, 900m

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
Naucleopsis krukovii (Standl.) C.C.Berg
U.1436644Studies of Ecuadorean Forests (SEF)   1982-01-01
Ecuador, Napo, -0.516667 -76.383333

NL:Botany
Naucleopsis krukovii (Standl.) C.C.Berg
U.1436643Studies of Ecuadorean Forests (SEF)   1982-01-01
Ecuador, Napo, -0.516667 -76.383333

NL:Botany
Naucleopsis krukovii (Standl.) C.C.Berg
U.1436640Studies of Ecuadorean Forests (SEF)   1982-01-01
Ecuador, Napo, -0.516667 -76.383333

NL:Botany
Naucleopsis krukovii (Standl.) C.C.Berg
U.1436639Studies of Ecuadorean Forests (SEF)   1982-01-01
Ecuador, Napo, -0.516667 -76.383333

NL:Botany
Naucleopsis krukovii (Standl.) C.C.Berg
U.1436638Studies of Ecuadorean Forests (SEF)   1982-01-01
Ecuador, Napo, -0.516667 -76.383333

NL:Botany
Naucleopsis krukovii (Standl.) C.C.Berg
U.1436630Berg CC; Akkermans RWAP   1980-02-20
Ecuador, Napo, -0.166667 -75.916667

NL:Botany
Naucleopsis krukovii (Standl.) C.C.Berg
U 0285657Berg CC; Akkermans RWAP   1980-02-20
Ecuador, Napo, -0.166667 -75.916667


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