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

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Missouri Botanical Garden


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338361Henk van der Werff & Walter Palacios   1989-02-08
Ecuador, Morona-Santiago, Road Gualaceo-El Limon. From the pass towards El Limon. Paramo or scrub just below paramo., -3 -78.67, 3200 - 3400m

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338497H. van der Werff & W. Palacios   1987-05-04
Ecuador, Loja, Parque Nacional Podocarpus, Cerro Toledo, E. Of Yangana. Mostly collected in burnt, shrubby paramo, 3000 m, with few plants in cloud forest, 2700 m., -4.38 -79.12, 3000 - 2700m

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338594L.B. Holm-Nielsen, S. Jeppesen, B. L   1973-05-01
Ecuador, Loja, Km 51 on Pan American Highway N of Loja. Shrub, 2-4 m high, dominated by xerophytic vegetation, on steep roadsides., -3.75 -79.25, 2900m

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339183L. Ellemann   1988-09-27
Ecuador, Loja, Along trail to Loma de Puglla., -3.63 -79.27, 2600m

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339191Madsen & Ellemann   1988-12-25
Ecuador, Zamora-Chinchipe, Limit of Parque Nacional Podocarpus. Around pass on road Loja - Zamora. Wet elfin forest, scrub-paramo and ridge-top vegetation., -3.97 -79.12, 2750 - 2950m

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339199Madsen   1988-12-27
Ecuador, Loja, La Palma (app. 10 km SW of Loja). Montane forest remnants., -4.08 -79.22, 2850 - 3100m

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339207Madsen   1988-12-30
Ecuador, Loja, Road Pichig - Fierro Urcu, km 11 (app. 15 km SW of Saraguro). Wet montane forest in ravines., -3.68 -79.33, 3300m

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339215Madsen & Ellemann   1989-01-22
Ecuador, Loja, Road Pichig - Fierro Urcu, km 11 (app. 15 km SW of Saraguro). Paramo and wet montane forest in ravines., -3.68 -79.33, 3400m

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339223Madsen   1990-03-08
Ecuador, Zamora-Chinchipe, Parque Nacional Podocarpus. Around pass on rd. Loja - Zamora. Old mule track towards Zamora. Slightly disturbed montane forest and scrub., -3.98 -79.12, 2800 - 3000m

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913775P.M. J   1994-12-02
Ecuador, Loja, Cerro Santa B, -3.83 -79.34, 3060m


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