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

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Missouri Botanical Garden

2683120J. E. Madsen, Carlos Rosales   2001-05-31
Ecuador, Loja, Rd. Amaluza - Jimbura, ca. km 3. Affluent of River Calvas. Riverine vegetation with surrounding steep slopes and vertical rocks. Area disturbed by grazing., -4.59 -79.44, 1550m

2680849J. E. Madsen, Orlando A. Sanchez   2000-11-06
Ecuador, Loja, Rd. Amaluza-Jimbura, km 3. Affluent of R, -4.59 -79.44, 1550m

2675781J. E. Madsen   1990-03-05
Ecuador, Loja, Vivinity of Orianga. Forest., -3.87 -79.85, 1100m

2653933S. L   1999-11-30
Ecuador, Loja, -4.33 -79.83, 1650m

684657Thomas B. Croat   1986-07-19
Ecuador, Chimborazo, Along road between Alaus, -2.33 -79.03, 1270m

932030Dodson & Gentry   1982-02-21
Ecuador, Cotopaxi, Latacunga, Tenefuerste. R, -0.95 -78.97, 750 - 1300m

New York Botanical Garden

Peperomia haematolepis Trel. Trel.
04122413J. E. Madsen   8178B2001-05-31
Ecuador, Loja, Rd. Amaluza - Jimbura, ca. km 3. Affluent of River Calvas, -4.5914 -79.4419, 1550m

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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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