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

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Missouri Botanical Garden


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Peperomia alwynii Callejas & Betancur
685349Galo Tipaz, J. Zuleta & N. Guanga   1992-06-19
Ecuador, Carchi, Tulc, Parroquia Tobar Donoso. Sector Sabalera. Reserva Ind, 1 -78.4, 650 - 100m

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Peperomia alwynii Callejas & Betancur
690112W.S. Hoover, P. Gelpi, R.A. Lorentzen & A. Arguello   1988-01-19
Ecuador, Carchi, Trail along ridge and forest slope to NW of Aw, 0.97 -78.27, 1258 - 1323m

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Peperomia alwynii Callejas & Betancur
690217W.S.Hoover, A. Arguello, P. Gelpi & R.A. Lorentzen   1988-01-21
Ecuador, Carchi, Trail to Pailon encampment, Gualpi Chico area of Aw, 0.97 -78.27, 1350 - 1400m

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Peperomia alwynii Callejas & Betancur
690481W.S. Hoover, P.Gelpi, R.A. Lorentzen & A. Arguello   1988-01-15
Ecuador, Carchi, Gualpi Chico, Aw, 0.97 -78.27, 1330m

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Peperomia alwynii Callejas & Betancur
690578W.S. Hoover   1987-12-02
Ecuador, Carchi, Ascent up main river. Medium Cerro Golondrinas beginning at principal stream division., 0.87 -78.12, 2030m

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Peperomia alwynii Callejas & Betancur
690827W.S. Hoover, P.Gelpi, R.A. Lorentzen & A. Arguello   1988-01-17
Ecuador, Carchi, Trail to R, 0.97 -78.27, 1330m

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Peperomia alwynii Callejas & Betancur
691199W.S. Hoover   1987-12-03
Ecuador, Carchi, Mountain E & NE. Forest area along slope of mountain ENE of Rafael Quind, 0.87 -78.12, 1870 - 2400m

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Peperomia alwynii Callejas & Betancur
691588W.S. Hoover   1987-11-29
Ecuador, Carchi, Ridge to NE of Rafael Quind, 0.87 -78.13, 2000m

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Peperomia alwynii Callejas & Betancur
1272864John L. Clark   1997-02-19
Ecuador, Esmeraldas, Quinind, Bilsa Biological Station. Reserva Ecologica Mache-Chindul, 40 km NW of Quinind, 0.37 -79.73, 650m


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