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

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Missouri Botanical Garden


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Calyptranthes tessmannii Burret ex McVaugh
307330Edgar Gudi   1992-09-12
Ecuador, Napo, La Joya de los Sachas, Pompeya. Planicie de bosque primario. Bosque h, -0.42 -76.62, 250m

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Calyptranthes tessmannii Burret ex McVaugh
307400Armando Grijalva, M. Aulestia & P. Alvarado   1993-08-10
Ecuador, Napo, La Joya de los Sachas, Parroquia Pompeya. Campamento de Maxus. Carretera MAxus Km 1-4. Bosque h, -0.42 -78.6, 235m

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Calyptranthes tessmannii Burret ex McVaugh
309351David Neill Walter Palacios   1985-08-29
Ecuador, Pastaza, R, -1.5 -76.53, 230m

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Calyptranthes tessmannii Burret ex McVaugh
309382David Neill Walter Palacios   1985-09-01
Ecuador, Pastaza, R, -1.5 -76.5, 230m

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Calyptranthes tessmannii Burret ex McVaugh
310449Walter Palacios & David Neill   1985-08-14
Ecuador, Pastaza, R, -1.4 -76.75, 275m

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Calyptranthes tessmannii Burret ex McVaugh
312789L.B. Holm-Nielsen, J. Jaramillo & F. Coello   1980-03-21
Ecuador, Pastaza, Namoyacu at R, -1.45 -76.78, 230m

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Calyptranthes tessmannii Burret ex McVaugh
312815J. Brandbyge et al.   1981-08-14
Ecuador, Napo, R, -0.25 -76.35, 300m

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Calyptranthes tessmannii Burret ex McVaugh
313664Walter Palacios & David Neill   1985-08-20
Ecuador, Pastaza, R, -1.48 -76.65, 250m

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Calyptranthes tessmannii Burret ex McVaugh
313680Walter Palacios, D.Neill, P. G   1985-09-20
Ecuador, Napo, 5 km al N de Shushufindi. Bosque h, -0.17 -76.67, 450m


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Google Map

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