Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Agonandra excelsa (Agonandra engleri)
Search Criteria: Only include occurrences with coordinates; Ecuador; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Missouri Botanical Garden


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883111Daniel Rubio & W. Palacios   1992-02-26
Ecuador, Guayas, Guayaquil, Bosque Protector Cerro Blanco, 15 Km al oeste de Guayaquil, cerro Mirador de los Monos. Bosque seco Tropical. Suelo derivado de roca caliza., -2.17 -79.97, 200m

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1126893C.H. & P.M. Dodson   1981-09-23
Ecuador, Guayas, Capeira. Km 21 on the Guayaquil to Daule road. Tropical Dry Forest., -2 -79.97, 100 - 150m

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1182558C. Dodson, A. Gentry & F.M. Valverde   1980-03-18
Ecuador, Guayas, Cerro Azul. Enter at Chongon, Km 24 Guayaquil-Salinas, 7 km N in tropical dry forest., -2.15 -79.98, 100m

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1182702Madsen   1989-05-12
Ecuador, Loja, Isla Pun, -2.92 -80.17, 0 - 100m

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1186655X. Cornejo & C. Bonifaz   1995-06-20
Ecuador, El Oro, Bosque Petrificado Puyango, quebrada Limones. Bosque seco premontano, intervenido., -3.87 -80.07, 300m


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Google Map

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