Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Sauvagesia erecta, Sauvagesia erecta subsp. brownei, Sauvagesia erecta subsp. erecta (Sauvagesia geminiflora, Sauvagesia grandifolia)
Search Criteria: Only include occurrences with coordinates; Ecuador; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Vascular Plant Herbarium


ASU
ASU0045623L. R. Landrum; A. Trauth-Nare & E. Gilbert   108672003-06-26
Ecuador, Pastaza, Mera; near bridge just E of town., -1.460318 -78.11239, 450m

iNaturalist Plant Observations - Colombia


iNaturalist:Colombia
rudygelis   2018-03-26
Ecuador, Pichincha, San Miguel de los Bancos, San Miguel de los Bancos, EC-PI, EC, -0.053712741 -78.772755413

iNaturalist:Colombia
rudygelis   2018-04-06
Ecuador, Pichincha, San Miguel de los Bancos, San Miguel de los Bancos, EC-PI, EC, 0.0260317738 -78.8947708702

iNaturalist:Colombia
rudygelis   2018-05-27
Ecuador, Orellana, Loreto, Orellana Province, Ecuador, -0.747005 -77.4364683333

iNaturalist:Colombia
rudygelis   2018-07-15
Ecuador, Pichincha, San Miguel de los Bancos, Pichincha, Ecuador, -0.0336866667 -78.8018066667

iNaturalist:Colombia
feenstra   2018-10-27
Ecuador, Zamora Chinchipe, Nangaritza, A Shaime, Nangaritza, Zamora Chinchipe, EC, -4.32428 -78.6537083333

iNaturalist:Colombia
rudygelis   2019-01-19
Ecuador, El Oro, Piñas, Via principal Pinas Sector Moro Moro, Patagrande 070401, Ecuador, -3.6539663 -79.767231

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
3440535Thomas B. Croat, Monica Carlsen & Dan Levin   2007-10-14
Ecuador, Esmeraldas, Along R, 1.08 -78.65, 113m

MO
3391471David Neill, C. Davidson & S. Christoph   2007-09-20
Ecuador, Zamora-Chinchipe, El Pangui, Cordillera del C, -3.58 -78.44, 1320m

MO
66542Carlos Aulestia, G. Tipaz, M. Burbano & B. Canticuz   1992-09-21
Ecuador, Esmeraldas, San Lorenzo, Parroquia Mataje. Reserva Etnica Aw, 1.13 -78.55, 200m

MO
196599A   1991-11-23
Ecuador, Sucumb, Gonzalo Pizarro, Comunidad Cof, 0.08 -77.43, 500m

MO
196607L.B. Holm-Nielsen   1979-08-13
Ecuador, Napo, Mishuall, -1.05 -77.68, 500m

MO
196615L.B. Holm-Nielsen et al.   1979-08-29
Ecuador, Napo, R, -0.57 -75.5, 320m

MO
196623L.B. Holm-Nielsen et al.   1980-09-04
Ecuador, Esmeraldas, R, 1.03 -78.82, 50m

MO
196631L.B. Holm-Nielsen et al.   1973-04-04
Ecuador, Cotopaxi, Quevedo - Latacunga road, km 46 from Quevedo. NE exposed slopes with rain forest., -0.92 -79.18, 600m

MO
196639Filskov et al.   1981-11-09
Ecuador, Pichincha, Nanegalito, 2 km along road to Nanegal. Mountain forest between road and R, 0.13 -78.68, 1200 - 1400m

MO
196646Kvist   1982-07-04
Ecuador, Esmeraldas, R, 0.77 -78.92, 100m

MO
196654Barfod   1983-01-19
Ecuador, Carchi, San Marcos. Behind coaiquer-men clearing rain forest for growing maize. Secondary rain forest on terra firme. The area belongs to Govenador Don Ignacio andis situated near his house. Ethnobot. inform.: Santiago Dinero., 1.12 -78.33, 660m

MO
196662Barfod et al.   1983-10-19
Ecuador, Esmeraldas, Zapallo Grande, a mixed Afro-latin and Cayapa Amerindian community along R, 0.8 -78.9, 200m

MO
196669   1988-06-02
Ecuador, Zamora-Chinchipe, Immediately N of Zamora, -4.07 -78.95, 1000 - 1200m

MO
196678L.B. Holm-Nielsen & S. Jeppesen   1968-06-08
Ecuador, Pastaza, Shell-Mera rain forest, -1.48 -78.05, 1050m

MO
196686B. L   1979-05-16
Ecuador, Pastaza, Montalvo, along R, -2.08 -76.97, 250m

MO
196694B. L   1979-05-17
Ecuador, Pastaza, Montalvo, within the military camp. Fields, hedgerows, and lawns with small ditches., -2.08 -76.97, 250m

MO
196801Bruce A. Stein & D. Neill   1985-04-25
Ecuador, Napo, INIAP experimental station and forestry nursery - Payamino. 3 km NW of Coca., -0.43 -77, 250m

MO
196954Dodson et al.   
Ecuador, Los R, R, -0.58 -79.37, 150 - 220m

MO
197293Carlos Cer   1985-11-08
Ecuador, Sucumb, Lago Agrio, Cant, -0.03 -76.7, 350m

MO
197320Carlos E. Cer   1988-02-17
Ecuador, Napo, Estaci, -1.07 -77.6, 450m

MO
197704W.S. Hoover & S. Wormley   1987-11-23
Ecuador, Carchi, Trail from Untal to Rafael Quind, 0.92 -78.25, 1700m

MO
197711W.S. Hoover, R.A. Lorentzen & P. Gelpi   1988-02-13
Ecuador, Esmeraldas, San Lorenzo, Further down R, 1.12 -78.62, 150m

MO
197718W.S. Hoover, P.Gelpi, R.A. Lorentzen & A.Arguello   1988-01-14
Ecuador, Carchi, Trail from Pa, 0.85 -78.27, 1000 - 1450m

MO
197725W.S. Hoover & S. Wormley   1987-11-25
Ecuador, Carchi, Trail from Rafael Quind, 0.88 -78.15, 1770m

MO
197732W.S. Hoover, P.Gelpi, R.A. Lorentzen & A. Arguello   1988-02-10
Ecuador, Carchi, R, 0.97 -78.27, 200m

MO
197745W.S. Hoover, A. Arguello, P. Gelpi & R.A. Lorentzen   1988-01-22
Ecuador, Carchi, Forest area along trail to Gualpi, Chico and Aw, 0.97 -78.27, 1161m

MO
995905Freire , A., K. Romoleroux & R. Viteri   1992-07-10
Ecuador, Zamora-Chinchipe, Parque Nacional Podocarpus, Guarder, -4.08 -78.95, 1050m

MO
995906Jaramillo, J.   1984-03-02
Ecuador, Pichincha, Reserva forestal ENDESA, R, 0.08 -79.03, 650 - 700m

MO
995907Dodson, C. H.   1974-03-06
Ecuador, Los R, R, -0.58 -79.37, 150 - 220m

MO
995908Oldeman & Ar????   1976-05-29
Ecuador, Sucumb, Cononaco, -1.32 -79.15, 300m

MO
1352177Efra   1999-01-28
Ecuador, Esmeraldas, Quinind, Parroquia Cupa. Oleoducto Transecuatoriano. Colecciones a 500 m nororeste de Cupa. Potreros, suelo plano., 0.38 -79.5, 350m

MO
1427840Juan Carlos Valenzuela & E. Freire   1999-10-16
Ecuador, Esmeraldas, San Lorenzo, San Francisco. Recinto Durango. Bosque h, 1.03 -78.6, 300m

MO
1428004Juan Carlos Valenzuela & E. Freire   1999-10-18
Ecuador, Esmeraldas, San Lorenzo, San Francisco. Recinto Durango. Loma del Rey. Bosque h, 1.03 -78.62, 350m

MO
1838938John L. Clark et al.   2002-12-11
Ecuador, Morona-Santiago, Lim, Cordillera del C, -3.23 -78.25, 830 - 1200m

MO
1881068Thomas B. Croat, Lynn Hannon & Marck Menke   2003-05-09
Ecuador, Pastaza, Vicinity of Shell, along road N to R, -1.48 -78.08, 1121m

MO
1903421Thomas B. Croat & Marck Menke   2003-05-30
Ecuador, Zamora-Chinchipe, Along road from Zamora to Romerillos, 6.6 Km E of bridge over R, -4.08 -78.94, 731m

MO
196734W.H. Lewis, M. Elvin-Lewis, E.J. Kennelly & M.C. Gnerre   1988-08-01
Ecuador, Pastaza, Tsurak, -1.85 -77.8, 800m

MO
196742W.H. Lewis, M. Elvin-Lewis & E.J. Kennelly   1988-07-08
Ecuador, Pastaza, Puyo, disturbed areas of town., -1.5 -78, 900m

MO
197627Daniel Rubio, C. Quelal & P. Nastacuaz   1991-06-15
Ecuador, Carchi, Tulc, Reserva Ind, 1.03 -78.23, 1800m

MO
1829227Linder Suin, F. Nicolalde, B. Atamaint & S. Tserem   2002-03-26
Ecuador, Morona-Santiago, Morona, Cordillera del Cutuc, -2.36 -78.04, 1064m

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
U.1444985Holm-Nielsen LB; Jeppesen S; et al.   1973-04-05
Ecuador, Cotopaxi, -0.916667 -79.183333

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Sauvagesia erecta L. L.
642234B. Løjtnant   133071979-05-17
Ecuador, Pastaza, Montalvo, within the military camp., -2.08 -76.97, 250 - 250m

NY
Sauvagesia erecta L. L.
3042857J. L. Clark   92412005-08-14
Ecuador, Morona-Santiago, Tiwintza, Parroquia: Santiago. Cordillera Winchinkiaim Naint #19. South of Centro Shuar Kusumas. Ridge and border between Ecuador and Peru (border @ 03°05'26.49"S 077°52'06.29")., -3.0622 -77.9453, 300 - 900m

NY
Sauvagesia erecta L. L.
3108158J. L. Clark   96082007-05-20
Ecuador, Esmeraldas, Quinindé, Reserva Ecológica Mache-Chindul, 35 km W of Quinindé. The Bilsa Biological Station. Cordillera Mache-Chindul. Collections made along main road between Sta. Isabel and Station., 0.35 -79.73, 400 - 600m

United States National Herbarium


US:Botany
10231189J. L. Clark, R. Fleiss & F. Gurumendí   088212003-08-21
Ecuador, Esmeraldas, Quininde, Bilsa Biological Reserve. Reserva Ecológica Mache-Chindul, 35 km W of Quinindé. Trail from SW border of reserve to Don Bolivar's home (trail connecting the road towards Pierdrita and the road towards Mono)., 0.35 -79.73, 400 - 600m

US:Botany
10229325J. L. Clark, W. Quizhpe, E. Toapanta & T. Katan   069152002-12-11
Ecuador, Morona-Santiago, Limón-Indanza, Cordillera del Condor. Trail from the Comunidad Warints to camp #1 towards crest of Cordillera del Condor., -3.2328 -78.2531, 830 - 1200m


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Google Map

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