Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Aa colombiana (Altensteinia columbiana)
Search Criteria: Only include occurrences with coordinates; Ecuador; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Missouri Botanical Garden


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636937L.B. Holm-Nielsen et al.   1973-05-19
Ecuador, Carchi, Base of Volc, 0.78 -77.95, 3900 - 4050m

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636957B. L   1979-05-13
Ecuador, Pichincha, N slopes of Cerro Coraz, -0.47 -78.63, 3300 - 3450m

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636977B. L   1979-04-26
Ecuador, Cotopaxi, Latacunga-Quevedo road, above Pilal, -0.97 -78.95, 3500m

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643019   1982-05-15
Ecuador, Napo, Llanganati. Paramo SE of Chosa Aucacocha, between Aucacocha and Pan de Azucar. Hilly paramo, dominated by 1-2 m high Neurolepis scrub, scattered Escallonia and Gynoxys, and Oritrophium swamps. Soil temperature 6.5, -1.15 -78.3, 3800 - 3900m


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Google Map

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