Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Oxalis latifolia (Oxalis martiana), Oxalis latifolia subsp. latifolia (Ionoxalis bipartita, Ionoxalis stipitata, Ionoxalis vallicola)
Search Criteria: Only include occurrences with coordinates; Ecuador; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Charles Darwin Research Station Herbarium


CDS:Plantae
16198Guerrero, A.M.   185072004-07-06
Ecuador, Galápagos, Isla Santa Cruz; Zona Agrícola. Finca de Leonidas Loyola., -0.665541 -90.277422, 311m

CDS:Plantae
16729Chamorro, S.   73522003-07-14
Ecuador, Galápagos, Isla Santa Cruz; Vivienda del barrio Las Ninfas (NIb02). Pto. Ayora., -0.7445 -90.316083, 10m

iNaturalist Plant Observations - Colombia


iNaturalist:Colombia
knightericm   2017-10-18
Ecuador, Galápagos, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, EC-GA, EC, -0.691569 -90.315

iNaturalist:Colombia
cisnerosheredia   2019-03-10
Ecuador, Pichincha, Quito, Pichincha, EC, -0.0099291868 -78.5136233041

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
2791157C. H. Dodson & P. M. Dodson   1981-10-10
Ecuador, Azuay, Plants cultivated in the garden of M. & S. Jaramillo at Chullabamba, 10 km N of Cuenca., -2.84 -78.91, 2320m

MO
2788446C. Dodson   1981-10-29
Ecuador, Cotopaxi, Tenefuerte R, -0.85 -79.1

MO
Oxalis latifolia (Kunth) Lourteig
2692139B. Lojtnant, Molau, U.   1979-06-02
Ecuador, Pichincha, Quito - Ibarra road, c. 3 km NE of Guayllabamba. Dry ravine with scattered shrubs and cactae., -0.05 -78.32, 2300m

MO
Oxalis latifolia (Kunth) Lourteig
2690288B. Lojtnant, Molau, U. & Madison, M.   1979-04-17
Ecuador, Imbabura, Quito - Tulc, 0.47 -78.07, 1800m

MO
Oxalis latifolia (Kunth) Lourteig
2686874J. E. Madsen   1984-02-29
Ecuador, Pichincha, Guayllabamba, km 0-1 S to the village. Sandy and stony slopes with xerophytic scrub., -0.07 -78.37, 2200m

MO
Oxalis latifolia (Kunth) Lourteig
2667922P. M. Jorgensen   1984-11-23
Ecuador, El Oro, El Cisne - Zaruma road km 5. Cloud forest., -3.83 -79.42, 2420 - 2450m

MO
Oxalis latifolia (Kunth) Lourteig
2624725P. Filskov Sondergaard, M. & Gregersen, I.   1981-11-20
Ecuador, Imbabura, Laguna Cuicocha. N-exposed paramo. Heavily grazed., 0.3 -78.37, 3000m

MO
Oxalis latifolia (Kunth) Lourteig
2624708P. Filskov Sondergaard, M. & Gregersen, I.   1981-11-20
Ecuador, Imbabura, Laguna Cuicocha. N-exposed bushy paramo. Ungrazed., 0.3 -78.37, 3000m

MO
Oxalis latifolia (Kunth) Lourteig
2624519L. B. Holm-Nielsen   1979-04-04
Ecuador, Pichincha, R, -0.05 -78.38, 2200m

MO
113525Carlos Cer   1991-01-26
Ecuador, Pichincha, Quito, Parroquia Guayllabamba. Puente del R, -0.08 -78.37, 2100m

MO
113549Carlos Cer   1990-11-02
Ecuador, Pichincha, Quito, Parroquia Calacal, 0.05 -78.45, 2900m

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
U.1471325Haught O   1942-01-13
Ecuador, Guayas, -1.833333 -80.233333


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Google Map

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