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

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Missouri Botanical Garden


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632480Walter Palacios & H. van der Werff   1989-02-14
Ecuador, Imbabura, V, 0.55 -78.42, 2200 - 2600m

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634620Walter Palacios   1987-12-12
Ecuador, Napo, Via Hollin-Loreto. Entre R, -0.73 -77.61, 1200m

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635865Walter Palacios   1990-10-19
Ecuador, Napo, Quijos, Valle del R, -0.62 -77.9, 2280m

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638848Thomas B. Croat   1980-10-07
Ecuador, Napo, Along road between Baeza and Tena ca. 45 km N of Archidona; primary forest on steep slopes. Premontane wet forest?, -0.67 -77.7, 2330m

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639705Carlos E. Cer   1987-12-11
Ecuador, Napo, Entre el R, -0.77 -77.43, 1100 - 1200m

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645210Grubb et al.   1960-08-26
Ecuador, Napo, Baeza-Lago Agrio., -0.09 -77.59, 1600m

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645552Grubb et al.   1960-08-26
Ecuador, Napo, Baeza-Lago Agrio., -0.09 -77.59, 1600m

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653688W. H. Camp   1945-07-27
Ecuador, Azuay, Cuenca-Guarumales., -2.61 -78.61, 2700m

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660000L.B. Holm-Nielsen et al.   1980-09-21
Ecuador, Napo, R, -0.45 -77.78, 1780m

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660019B. L   1979-04-08
Ecuador, Sucumb, Cartagena, km 25 from El Carmelo on road towards La Bonita. Primary, dense, mossy cloud forest., 0.62 -77.5, 2800m

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1427344Linder Suin & Grupo Post-Grado MO-QCNE   1999-11-07
Ecuador, Pichincha, Quito, Reserva Orquideol, 0.03 -78.63, 2400m

New York Botanical Garden


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Pleurothallis dunstervillei Foldats Foldats
04132060T. B. Croat   505021980-10-07
Ecuador, Napo, Along road between Baeza and Tena, ca 45 km N of Archidona, -0.67 -77.7


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Google Map

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