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

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Missouri Botanical Garden

3304093Bradley Bennett, R. Alarc   1990-07-01
Ecuador, Napo, Jatun Sacha Biol. Station. 23k W of Pto. Napo S. side of Rio Napo. Common in moist, disturbed sites., -1.07 -77.65

3009169C.H. & P.M. Dodson   1981-09-26
Ecuador, Guayas, Capeira. Km 21 on the Guayaquil to Daule road. Tropical Dry Forest., -2 -79.97, 100 - 150m

337274C.H. Dodson & A.H. Gentry   1982-02-20
Ecuador, Los R, Estacion Biologica Pedro Franco Davila at Jauneche on road from Mocachi to Palenque on Estero Penafiel., -1.27 -79.7, 0 - 500m

339285Carlos Cer   1989-08-05
Ecuador, Napo, Cant, -1.07 -77.6, 400m

339325Carlos E. Cer   1987-04-24
Ecuador, Napo, Reserva Biol, -1.07 -77.6, 450m

339630L.B. Holm-Nielsen   1980-04-21
Ecuador, Los R, Road Babahoyo - Guaranda, 5 km NW of Montalvo. Swamp., -1.8 -79.28, 100m

339638Andrade   1980-08-01
Ecuador, Napo, Right margin of R, 0.08 -75.87, 200m

339799C. Dodson   1976-10-02
Ecuador, Los R, Quevedo, R, -0.58 -79.37, 150 - 220m

882450J. Richard Abbott   1994-11-14
Ecuador, Napo, Tena, Jatun Sacha Biological Station; 8 km east of Puerto Misahualli; south side of R, -1.07 -77.6, 400m

882764Alberto Dik   1994-05-23
Ecuador, Napo, Orellana, Parque Nacional Yasuni. Carretera y oleoducto de Maxus en construcci, -0.52 -76.53, 230m

New York Botanical Garden

Ludwigia decurrens Walter
01157445B. C. Bennett   42461990-07-01
Ecuador, Napo, Jatun Sacha Biol. Station. 23k W. of Pto. Napo S. side of Rio Napo, -1.07 -77.65

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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.