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

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Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
2679776B. Ollgaard, Holm-Nielsen, L. B. & Andreasen, N. H. B. & Larsen, B. B. & Kvist, L. P.   1982-05-08
Ecuador, Morona-Santiago, Trail Alao - Huamboya, around and above El Placer. Montane rain forest., -1.78 -78.38, 2850 - 3400m

MO
2676765B. Lojtnant, Molau, U.   1979-06-18
Ecuador, Loja, S slopes of Cerro Villonaco, summit of Loja - Catamaya road. Disturbed montane forest., -4 -79.27, 2700m

MO
2663883L. B. Holm-Nielsen, Jaramillo, J. & Coello, F.   1980-12-13
Ecuador, Ca, Cerro Yangu, -2.6 -78.67, 3000m

MO
2660256B. B. Larsen, Eriksen, B.   1983-10-25
Ecuador, Tungurahua, Northern slope of the volcano Tungurahua, 1 km south of Ba, -1.42 -78.43, 2800 - 3000m

MO
2627905J. Brandbyge Barfod, A.   1983-11-05
Ecuador, Tungurahua, On the road Patate - Triunfo. Slightly disturbed upper andean forest with Oreopanax, Weinmannia, Hedyosmum, and Miconia., -1.3 -78.42, 2950m

MO
2625715L. B. Holm-Nielsen Jaramillo, J. & Vries, T. de   1979-04-27
Ecuador, Napo, N side of Cerro Sumaco, loma NW of campsite. Upper margin of cloud forest with Miconia, Weinmannia and Disterigma., -0.57 -77.72, 3200m

MO
2625677L. B. Holm-Nielsen Jaramillo, J. & Vries, T. de   1979-04-27
Ecuador, Napo, N side of Cerro Sumaco, loma NW of campsite. Upper margin of cloud forest with Miconia, Weinmannia and Disterigma., -0.57 -77.72, 3200m

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
L.4173291Øllgaard B; et al.   1982-05-08
Ecuador, Province: Morona- Santiago. Trail Alao-Huamboya, around and above El Placer., -1.783333 -78.383333


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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