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

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Missouri Botanical Garden


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100169161   
Ecuador, Loja, Loja., -3.98 -79.2

MO
100151990   1986-07-17
Ecuador, Loja, SE of Vilcabamba. Road to Numbala starting ca. 1 km S of Yangana., -4.38 -79.17, 7600m

MO
100143756   1918-09-29
Ecuador, Loja, Vicinity of Loja., -3.98 -79.2

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3465231G. Harling & Lennart Andersson   1985-02-17
Ecuador, Loja, Celica, 8 Km W of Celica on road to Alamor., -4.05 -79.97, 2000m

MO
275971P.M. J   1994-04-12
Ecuador, Loja, Cerro de Celica. Celica-Guachanam, -4.1 -79.95, 2190m

MO
275980P.M. J   1994-04-12
Ecuador, Loja, Cerro de Celica. Celica-Guachanam, -4.1 -79.95, 2250m

MO
279835J   1988-02-20
Ecuador, Loja, Las Chinchas, -3.97 -79.42, 2000m

MO
279844J   1990-07-24
Ecuador, Loja, Velacruz - Catacocha, km 5. Forest remnants along the road. Dominated by Chionanthus pubescens., -3.98 -79.6, 2080m

MO
280120Harling & Andersson   1974-04-12
Ecuador, Loja, Estern slopes of cerro Villonaco., -4 -79.23, 2400 - 2600m

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280130L.B. Holm-Nielsen, S. Jeppesen, B. L   1973-05-03
Ecuador, Loja, Km 66 on Pan American Highway N of Loja. Steep rocky slopes with debris, very dry, dominated by Agave and grasses., -3.57 -79.17, 2400m

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913751P.M. J   1994-12-01
Ecuador, Loja, Cerro Uritusinga. Loja-La Palma, Km 10. Roadside., -4.05 -79.22, 2520m

MO
914607P.M. J   1994-12-13
Ecuador, Loja, Catamayo-Catacocha, Km 25, turnoff at Las Chinchas towards Pi, -3.96 -79.49, 2250m

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914766P.M. J   1994-12-15
Ecuador, Loja, Catacocha-Guano-Cariamanga, Km 1.2-4.5. Pastures, hedges and roadside., -4.06 -79.64, 1950 - 2100m

MO
1165417Kapan   1992-11-11
Ecuador, El Oro, Puyango Petrified Forest, -3.87 -80.08

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
U.1601854Lewis GP; Klitgaard BB   1996-07-10
Ecuador, Loja, -4.033333 -79.216667


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