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

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Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
Passiflora glaberrima (Juss.) Poir.
100156087   2008-01-01
Ecuador, Loja, Approx. 25 Km of Amaluza on road to Zumba that nearly parallels the Ecuador- Peru border, Laguna de Jimbura., -4.7 -79.44, 3235m

MO
Passiflora glaberrima (Juss.) Poir.
911972P.M. J   1994-11-23
Ecuador, Loja, Cordillera de Las Lagunitas. Amaluza-Jimbura-Zumba, Km 36. Shrubby forest and p, -4.72 -79.44, 3420m

MO
Passiflora glaberrima (Juss.) Poir.
1921151P.M. J   1990-07-27
Ecuador, Loja, Pindal, Jimbura--Zumba road, not finished, km 17, at small lake. P, -4.73 -79.42, 3450m

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
Passiflora glaberrima (Juss.) Poir.
L.4169848Jorgensen PM; Ulloa C; Gavilanes M   1990-07-27
Ecuador, Flora of Ecuador. Province: Loja. Jimbura- Zumba road, not finished, km 17, at small lake., -4.733333 -79.416667


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Google Map

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