Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Pleurothallis floribunda (Pleurothallis pittieri, Stelis floribunda)
Search Criteria: Only include occurrences with coordinates; Ecuador; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Missouri Botanical Garden


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633519Luer et al.   1981-12-23
Ecuador, El Oro, Above Zaruma., -3.68 -79.62, 1400m

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635831Luer et al.   1975-07-27
Ecuador, Napo, Baeza-Tena., -0.66 -77.78, 600m

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636714Walter Palacios   1985-07-25
Ecuador, Morona-Santiago, Bomboiza, 17 km SE. Gualaquiza. En los margenes del Bosque primario y, -3.45 -78.57, 750m

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641128Luer et al.   1978-08-11
Ecuador, Napo, Baeza-Tena., -0.66 -77.78, 1200m

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644878Madsen & Eriksen   1989-04-16
Ecuador, Zamora-Chinchipe, Zamora. Quebrada de Leon., -4.12 -78.97, 1100m

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655742Harling et al.   
Ecuador, Pastaza, Mera., -1.45 -78.12, 1100m

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663302Al Gentry & James Miller   1986-07-21
Ecuador, Sucumb, 8 km W of Lumbaque on Quito-Lago Agrio road, 5 km N of highway, edge of Cayambe-Coca National Park. Rich soil., -0.03 -77.42, 500m

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665622Luer & Kent   1975-03-10
Ecuador, Tungurahua, Ba, -1.4 -78.42, 2000m

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666228Carlos Cer   1986-11-01
Ecuador, Morona-Santiago, Parroquia Bomoboiza, R, -3.42 -78.58, 800m

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666996Luer et al.   1976-03-17
Ecuador, Tungurahua, Ba, -1.4 -78.42, 2200m

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668806L.B. Holm-Nielsen & S. Jeppesen   1968-06-10
Ecuador, Tungurahua, Puento Velasco Ibarra, km 10, -1.38 -78.48, 2150m

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673224Luer et al.   1979-02-08
Ecuador, Imbabura, Otavalo-Apuela., 0.3 -78.48, 2400m

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680177Luer et al.   1975-07-23
Ecuador, Tungurahua, Ba, -1.4 -78.42, 2000m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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