Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Passiflora oerstedii (Passiflora praeacuta), Passiflora oerstedii var. choconiana
Search Criteria: Only include occurrences with coordinates; Ecuador; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Missouri Botanical Garden


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282454Walter Palacios   1990-10-06
Ecuador, Napo, El Chaco, Proyecto Hidroel, -0.13 -77.5, 1450m

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275913W.S. Hoover, A. Arguello, P. Gelpi & R.A. Lorentzen   1988-01-23
Ecuador, Carchi, Tulc, Further ascent of R, 0.97 -78.27, 1165m

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275957Fernando Hurtado & Angel Alvarado   1988-11-10
Ecuador, Napo, Carretera Holl, -0.72 -77.67, 1230m

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277731Harling et al.   1977-02-15
Ecuador, El Oro, Santa Rosa. Above El Placer., -3.65 -79.78, 800 - 1000m

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279042Angel Alvarado   1989-01-08
Ecuador, Napo, Cant, -0.72 -77.6, 1200m

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279049Angel Alvarado   1989-01-06
Ecuador, Napo, Cant, -0.72 -77.6, 1200m

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280574Robbin C. Moran & Cirri Rohrbach   1991-01-26
Ecuador, Napo, Archidona, Southern slopes of Volc, -0.58 -77.67, 1200m

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281862A. Gentry, R. Foster & C. Josse   1991-01-21
Ecuador, Manab, San Sebastian, Machalilla National Park, ridgetop moist forest., -1.6 -80.7, 700 - 750m

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281907Carlos Aulestia, E. Aulestia & M. Guanga   1992-11-22
Ecuador, Carchi, MALDONADO: Parroquia Tobar Donoso. Reserva Etnica Aw, 0.92 -78.53, 900m

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1160270Kapan   1993-08-11
Ecuador, Pichincha, Santo Domingo de Los Colorados, Tinalandia, -0.31 -79.03, 600 - 800m

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1160348Kapan   1997-06-27
Ecuador, Pichincha, Rancho Granadero, El Padrino, 10 km SW of San Miguel de Los Bancos, -0.01 -78.96, 775m

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1165432Kapan   1992-11-03
Ecuador, Bol, forest fragment above Chazo Juan, uphill toward Echeandia, first stop on Ventanas-Salinas Rd., -1.38 -79.1, 1100m

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1229920Tamara Nu   1997-08-29
Ecuador, Napo, Tena, Construcci, -0.92 -77.42, 300 - 650m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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