Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Pleurothallis costaricensis (Specklinia costaricensis)
Search Criteria: Only include occurrences with coordinates; Ecuador; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Missouri Botanical Garden


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Specklinia costaricensis (Rolfe) Pridgeon & M.W. Chase
635025B. L   1979-07-10
Ecuador, Pichincha, Centenela, Monta, -0.57 -79.32, 550 - 650m

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637627Luer & Dalstr   1982-03-10
Ecuador, Bol, Guaranda-Caluma., -1.59 -79.1, 1350m

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642321Daniel Rubio & W.S. Alverson   1990-06-03
Ecuador, Pichincha, Cerro Centinela, el Mirador. A 12 km al este de Patricia Pilar y Centro Cient, -0.62 -79.3, 540m

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646557Luer et al.   1974-03-13
Ecuador, Pichincha, Mindo-Pto. Quito., 0.06 -78.95, 900m

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675675Luer et al.   1975-08-15
Ecuador, Pichincha, Sto. Domingo-Quito., -0.44 -78.73, 1000m

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664395Luer et al.   1978-08-20
Ecuador, Azuay, Cuenca-Molleturo., -2.83 -79.2, 2900m

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677289C. Luer & R. Kent   1976-10-15
Ecuador, Pichincha, Sto. Domingo-Quito., -0.44 -78.73, 1000m


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