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

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Missouri Botanical Garden


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100169034   2009-02-12
Ecuador, Loja, Road Yangana--Valladolid, km 16., -4.42 -79.15, 2448m

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100143155   1989-03-03
Ecuador, Tungurahua, Camino El Triunfo-Cerro Hermoso. Sector El Play, -1.28 -78.38, 3000m

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100143146   1944-12-17
Ecuador, Morona-Santiago, Provincia Morona-Santiago. Tambo Consuelo to Tambo Cerro Negro. Easter slope of the Cordillera, valley of the r, -2.7 -78.42, 8000 - 9600m

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277659Knapp & Mallet   1984-01-26
Ecuador, Napo, 9 Km W of Baenza on road to Quito. Roadside, -0.5 -77.87, 2500m

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278625Knapp & Mallet   1984-01-24
Ecuador, Napo, Cordillera de los Guacamayos, near summit of Tena-Baeza road., -0.67 -77.92, 2100m

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279915L. Ellemann   1988-09-30
Ecuador, Loja, Loja-Zamora 12 km from Loja, on the finca of Dr. David Espinosa. Information of vernacular names: Daniel Chal, -3.92 -79.15, 2400m

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279925J   1990-12-27
Ecuador, Morona-Santiago, Gualaceo - Lim, -3.03 -78.57, 2720m

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280140Freire   1989-03-04
Ecuador, Tungurahua, Carretera Patato-El Triunfo., -1.3 -78.43, 3000m

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280150Boeke, Jeff D.   1977-02-04
Ecuador, Napo, Salcedo (San Miguel) to Salcedo-Napo road. km 55 Rio Tena. Cloud forest, -0.98 -77.82, 2995m

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1129097John L. Clark & Jane Letham, David Parion, Mark Thurber   1996-12-23
Ecuador, Napo, El Chaco, Rio Oyacachi: Sector Nono. Path between Oyacachi and El Chaco, near the abandoned village, Huasipamba., -0.22 -78.03, 2800m

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1294354Homero Vargas, E. Narv   1998-09-17
Ecuador, Napo, Tena, Parque Nacional Llanganates. V, -0.97 -78.25, 3015m

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1412335P.M. J   2000-01-11
Ecuador, Azuay, Road Sigsig-Gualaquiza, km 20.5. Roadside vegetation., -3.16 -78.8, 2920m

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
Passiflora monadelpha P.Jørg. & Holm-Niels.
U.1601851Freire-Fierro A   1989-03-03
Ecuador, Tungurahua, -1.283333 -78.383333


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Google Map

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