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

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Missouri Botanical Garden


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1705640Alina Freire Fierro, D. A. Neill, W. Lamphier & R. Llacham   2001-09-01
Ecuador, Pichincha, Quito, Carretero Nono-Guarumos-Tandayapa. Colecciones en sendero entre Guarumos y Cerro Guarumos. Derecho de v, -0.05 -78.63, 2400 - 2700m

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1705742Alina Freire Fierro, C. Morales & M. Mites   2001-09-10
Ecuador, Pichincha, Quito, Cerro El Castillo, colecciones en el cerro y en el sendero desde Guarumos. Bosque maduro. Derecho de v, -0.03 -78.63, 2665m

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337259L.B. Holm-Nielsen   1979-03-22
Ecuador, Pichincha, Old road Quito - Santo Domingo, between San Juan and Chiriboga. Montane rain forest., -0.27 -78.68, 2500m

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337267L.B. Holm-Nielsen, S. Jeppesen, B. L   1973-05-18
Ecuador, Carchi, Valle de Maldonado, km 60 on road to Tulc, 0.85 -78.07, 2700m

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337291B. L   1979-05-29
Ecuador, Pichincha, Quito-Santo Domingo road, between Aloag and Cornejo Astorga (Tandapi), km 22 from Aloag. Steep shrubby roadsides., -0.43 -78.67, 2650m

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337338Balslev   1982-06-21
Ecuador, Pichincha, Carreters Sto. Domingo - Quito 13 km al oeste del passo. Ceja andina., -0.43 -78.63, 3000m

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337345Balslev & Steere   1982-10-01
Ecuador, Pichincha, Valle de Lloa 15 km abajo del Lloa. Bosque de monta, -0.27 -78.63, 2700m

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338389H. van der Werff & W. Palacios   1987-05-24
Ecuador, Pichincha, Carretera Quito-Sto. Domingo. Disturbed forest., -0.47 -78.72, 2500m

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3290880Grady L. Webster, Brian Smith, Luis Pastuzo, Rodney Friend   1993-09-08
Ecuador, Pichincha, Quito, Bosque Protector Maquipucuna, montane rain foerst, upper slopes of Cerro Monte Crisit, 9 km ariline Se ofNanegalito., 0.05 -78.6, 2500m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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