Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Compsoneura atopa (Virola atopa)
Search Criteria: Only include occurrences with coordinates; Ecuador; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
Compsoneura atopa (A.C. Sm.) A.C. Sm.
759508A. Gentry, C. Dodson, B. Boyle & D. Rubio   1990-05-12
Ecuador, Esmeraldas, Lita-San Lorenzo road, 10-20 km NW of Lita., 0.92 -78.58, 800m

MO
Compsoneura atopa (A.C. Sm.) A.C. Sm.
759892Galo Tipaz, C. Quelal & A. Grijalva   1992-04-13
Ecuador, Esmeraldas, San Lorenzo, Parroquia Alto Tambo. Sector El Cristal. Bosque pluvial Premontano. Bosque Primario., 1.5 -78.5, 600m

MO
Compsoneura atopa (A.C. Sm.) A.C. Sm.
759941Carlos Aulestia, E. Aulestia & M. Guanga   1992-11-22
Ecuador, Carchi, MALDONADO: Parroquia Tobar Donoso. Reserva Etnica Aw, 0.92 -78.53, 900m

MO
Compsoneura atopa (A.C. Sm.) A.C. Sm.
762183Daniel Rubio, C. Quelal & P. Nastacuaz   1991-06-15
Ecuador, Carchi, Tulc, Reserva Ind, 1.03 -78.23, 1800m

MO
Compsoneura atopa (A.C. Sm.) A.C. Sm.
762398   1985-02-08
Ecuador, Carchi, San Marcos de los Coaiqueres and surrounding perhumid forest on trail Chical-Tobar Donoso., 1.1 -78.27, 800m

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
Compsoneura atopa (A.C.Sm.) A.C.Sm.
U.1427196Øllgaard B; Korning J; Thomsen K; Illum T   1985-02-08
Ecuador, Carchi, 1.1 -78.266667

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Compsoneura atopa (A.C.Sm.) A.C.Sm. (A.C.Sm.) A.C.Sm.
201442H. T. Beck   30271995-04-03
Ecuador, Carchi, Awá Indigenous Territory. Community of Baboso. House of Patrocinio Ortiz, 0.93 -78.42, 1080 - 1080m

NY
Compsoneura atopa (A.C.Sm.) A.C.Sm. (A.C.Sm.) A.C.Sm.
201418H. T. Beck   30441995-04-06
Ecuador, Carchi, Awá Indigenous Territory. Community of Baboso. About 1km west of the house of Patrocinio Ortiz, 0.93 -78.42, 1080 - 1080m


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