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

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Missouri Botanical Garden


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2631490L. B. Holm-Nielsen Jeppesen, S. & Lojtnant, B. & Ollgaard, B.   1973-04-21
Ecuador, Zamora-Chinchipe, Road Loja - Zamora, km 33. Dry rocky slopes with grass and scattered shrubs., -3.98 -79.07, 1800 - 1850m

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640914Luer et al.   1975-08-17
Ecuador, Pichincha, Quito-Sto. Domingo via Chiriboga., -0.25 -78.73, 1500m

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651391Luer et al.   1982-03-14
Ecuador, Pichincha, Sto. Domingo-Quito., -0.44 -78.73, 1500m

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652466Luer et al.   1982-03-14
Ecuador, Pichincha, Sto. Domingo-Quito., -0.44 -78.73, 1500m

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654874Luer & Kent   1975-03-10
Ecuador, Pichincha, Quito-Sto. Domingo via Chiriboga., -0.25 -78.73, 1500m

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662975Luer & Kent   1975-03-02
Ecuador, Pichincha, Quito-Sto. Domingo via Chiriboga., -0.25 -78.73, 1500m

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678809Luer & Hirtz   1988-05-28
Ecuador, Pichincha, Quito-Sto. Domingo via Chiriboga., -0.25 -78.73, 1500m


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