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

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Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
Passiflora jamesonii (Mast.) Bailey
276776L.B. Holm-Nielsen & E. Asanza   1980-08-25
Ecuador, Pichincha, Volc, -0.37 -78.67, 2950m

MO
Passiflora jamesonii (Mast.) Bailey
276785J   1987-03-21
Ecuador, Pichincha, Quito-Nono, turoff towards Yanacocha. Polylepis, Gynoxis and Baccharis forest., -0.15 -78.58, 3700 - 3750m

MO
Passiflora jamesonii (Mast.) Bailey
276794   1976-09-29
Ecuador, Napo, Road San Miguel (Salcedo) - Puerto Nuevo (Napo) (under construction), 54 km from San Miguel. Partly deforested montane forest with large trees., -0.98 -78.27, 3200 - 3300m

MO
Passiflora jamesonii (Mast.) Bailey
277559L.B. Holm-Nielsen & J. Brandbyge   1980-08-20
Ecuador, Pichincha, Volc, -0.33 -78.62, 2800m

MO
Passiflora jamesonii (Mast.) Bailey
277895J   1984-11-17
Ecuador, Cotopaxi, Salcedo - Napo road km 45, 10 km to the north. Cloud forest., -0.92 -78.42, 3550m

MO
Passiflora jamesonii (Mast.) Bailey
277918Balslev & Steere   1983-10-29
Ecuador, Imbabura, Road from Otavalo to Lagunas Mojandas ca 3 km before the lakes. Small fragment of cloud forest surrounded by grass p, 0.17 -78.28, 3700m

MO
Passiflora jamesonii (Mast.) Bailey
277925J. Brandbyge   1984-10-11
Ecuador, Pichincha, SW-slopes of volcan Atacazo. Remnants of forest, mainly Polylepis, Oreopanax, Escallonia, Gynoxys., -0.33 -78.58, 3650m

MO
Passiflora jamesonii (Mast.) Bailey
1294392Homero Vargas, E. Narv   1998-09-17
Ecuador, Napo, Tena, Parque Nacional Llanganates. V, -0.98 -78.33, 3600m

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
Passiflora jamesonii (Mast.) Bailey
U.1464599Holm-Nielsen LB; Brandbyge J   1980-08-20
Ecuador, Prov. Pichincha, Volcan Atacazo, W slope, 13 km from San Juan, Ravine with shrub forest., -0.333333 -78.616667

United States National Herbarium


US:Botany
3384950.258P. Jorgensen   563181984-11-17
Ecuador, Cotopaxi, Salcedo-Napo road, -0.9167 -78.4167, 3550 - 3550m


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Google Map

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