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

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Missouri Botanical Garden


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136218Walter Palacios & D. Rubio   1990-08-02
Ecuador, Sucumb, El Mirador, a 15 km al sur de San Francisco. Bosque intervenido; suelos regios de origen volc, 0.62 -77.52, 3300m

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741744L.B. Holm-Nielsen et al.   1980-09-28
Ecuador, Napo, Guagra Urcu, SW of summit. Tall elfin forest., -0.47 -77.72, 3050m

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741752   1980-07-08
Ecuador, Napo, Laguna San Marcos, slopes at S and SW end of the lake with elfin forest, dominated by Escallonia., -0.12 -77.97, 3400 - 3500m

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741760L.B. Holm-Nielsen et al.   1973-05-17
Ecuador, Carchi, Valle de Maldonado, km 53 on the road Tulc, 0.83 -78.05, 3150 - 3250m

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741768B. L   1979-05-27
Ecuador, Napo, San Miquel (Salcedo)-Puerto Nuevo (Napo) road (under construction), km 61 from Salcedo at the bridge over R, -0.97 -78.25, 2800 - 2850m

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1064545John L. Clark   1995-03-11
Ecuador, Pichincha, Cayambe, Reserva Ecol, 0.12 -77.97, 3200 - 3800m


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