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

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Arizona State University Vascular Plant Herbarium


ASU
ASU0009054J. Brandbyge; E. Asanza, L. Werling, S. Leth-Nissen   362311981-08-29
Ecuador, Napo, San Pablo de Los Secoyas, Province Napo: San Pablo de los Secoyas., -0.25 -76.35

ASU
ASU0009059J. Brandbyge; E. Asanza, L. Werling, S. Leth-Nissen   338061981-08-20
Ecuador, Napo, Province Napo: Rio Cuyabeno. About 2km upstream from Puerto Bolivar on the right margin., -0.1 -76.1667

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
307662Carlos E. Cer   1988-09-29
Ecuador, Napo, R, -0.97 -75.68, 200m

MO
309274David Neill & Wilson Rojas   1991-11-08
Ecuador, Napo, Aguarico, Yasun, -1 -75.42, 180m

MO
307348Edgar Gudi   1992-11-05
Ecuador, Napo, La Joya de los Sachas, Pompeya. Sendero hacia el R, -0.42 -76.62, 250m

MO
309478David Neill & Fernando Hurtado   1989-01-26
Ecuador, Pastaza, Via Auca, 115 km S of Coca, 10 km S of Napo-Pastaza border; near R, -1.25 -76.92, 320m

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310595Milton Aulestia   1993-07-04
Ecuador, Napo, Orellana, Parque Nacional Yasun, -0.58 -76.5, 250m

MO
312376L.B. Holm-Nielsen et al.   1980-03-24
Ecuador, Pastaza, R, -1.42 -77.03, 260m

MO
312383J. Brandbyge et al.   1981-08-20
Ecuador, Napo, R, -0.1 -76.17, 300m

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312390J. Brandbyge et al.   1981-08-29
Ecuador, Napo, San Pablo de los Secoyas. Primary forest on non flooded but swampy ground, 2-5 km W-SW of the village., -0.25 -76.35, 300m

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312397L.B. Holm-Nielsen   1984-01-25
Ecuador, Napo, Limoncocha. Rain forest., -0.4 -76.63, 250m

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1832022Wilson Quizhpe, O. Jad   2002-11-03
Ecuador, Zamora-Chinchipe, Nangaritza, Regi, -4.46 -78.68, 1100m

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310521Armando Grijalva & N. Andi   1992-10-01
Ecuador, Napo, La Joya de los Sachas, -0.42 -76.62, 220m

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1831248Efra   
Ecuador, Sucumb, Shushufindi, Comunidad San Isla. L, -0.34 -76.33, 245m


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Google Map

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