Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Peperomia lanceolata (Peperomia chiqueroana)
Search Criteria: Only include occurrences with coordinates; Ecuador; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Harvard University Herbaria


Harvard:GH
Peperomia lanceolata C. de Candolle
barcode-01982317V. Zak   8301986-02-16
Ecuador, Pichincha, Reserva Florística-Ecológica "Rio Guajalito", km 59 de la carretera antigua Quito-Sto. Domingo de los Colorados, a 3 1/2 km al NE de la carretera, estribaciones occidentales del Volcán Pichincha, -0.2166666667 -78.8, 1800 - 2200m

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
2861657C. Dodson & A. Gentry   1980-04-02
Ecuador, Cotopaxi, 3 km E of Macuchi on Quevedo-Latacunga road., -0.93 -79.04, 1800m

MO
2535794Thomas B. Croat   2005-02-08
Ecuador, Pichincha, Along road between Tandayapa and Mindo, vicinity of Bellavisata Tourist Lodge, 6.5 km N of Tandayapa on old road from Nono to Mindo., -0.02 -78.75, 2270m

MO
684514Carlos E. Cer   1990-03-13
Ecuador, Pichincha, Quito, Carretera vieja a Sto. Domingo, 2 km de Chiriboga hacia Palmeras. Kil, -0.68 -78.78, 2000m

MO
685461Carlos E. Cer   1987-08-08
Ecuador, Pichincha, Parroquia Calacal, 0.08 -78.5, 1800 - 3356m

MO
695187L.B. Holm-Nielsen & S. Jeppesen   1968-06-01
Ecuador, Tungurahua, Montana Agoyan., -1.38 -78.37

MO
695654Thomas B. Croat   1992-02-16
Ecuador, Pichincha, Along road between Chiriboga (old road to Santo Domingo and Quito) and Quito, near bridge which crosses the R, -0.22 -78.77, 2100 - 2160m

MO
695853Thomas B. Croat   1992-03-12
Ecuador, Pichincha, Mej, Along road between Aloag and Santo Domingo, 30.6 km W of junction of Aloag-Santo Domingo Road with the main Quito-Latacunga Road., -0.42 -78.37, 2370m

MO
1209021James F. Smith   
Ecuador, Pichincha, Old road from Quito to Santo Domingo de los Colorados, near waterfall, epiphyte on cliff bank, stems tinged red-purple., -0.33 -78.58, 2230m

MO
1757300Carlos E. Cer   1992-02-08
Ecuador, Pichincha, Quito, Reserva Geobot, 0.08 -78.5, 2600m

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Peperomia lanceolata C.DC. C.DC.
4122710J. L. Luteyn   88111983-02-04
Ecuador, Pichincha, Old road Quito - Santo Domingo. ca. 3-16 km W of San Juan de Chiriboga, -0.2556 -78.6806, 2465 - 3350m

NY
Peperomia lanceolata C.DC. C.DC.
04122700T. B. Croat   943612005-02-08
Ecuador, Pichincha, Along road between Tandayapa and Mindo, vicinity of Bellavisata Tourist Lodge, 6.5 km N Tandayapa on old road from Nono to Mindo, -0.0219 -78.7469, 2270m

NY
Peperomia lanceolata C.DC. C.DC.
4122712T. B. Croat   721991992-02-16
Ecuador, Pichincha, Along road between Chiriboga (old road to Santo Domingo and Quito) and Quito, near bridge which crosses the Río Saloya, 2 km N of Estación de Redución, -0.22 -78.77, 2100 - 2160m

NY
Peperomia lanceolata C.DC. C.DC.
4122713V. Zak   8301986-02-16
Ecuador, Pichincha, Reserva Florística-Ecológica "Rio Guajalito", km 59 de la carretera antigua Quito-Sto. Domingo de los Colorados, a 3½ km al NE de la carretera, estribaciones occidentales del Volcán Pichincha, -0.22 -78.8, 1800 - 2200m

NY
Peperomia lanceolata C.DC. C.DC.
4122701J. F. Smith   18421989-05-12
Ecuador, Pichincha, old road from Quito to Santo Domingo de los Colorados, 0.3403 -78.5986, 2230m

NY
Peperomia lanceolata C.DC. C.DC.
4122703W. H. Camp   E33851945-05-19
Ecuador, Chimborazo, Cañon of the río Chanchan, about 5 km. north of Huigra, -2.2427802 -78.981315, 1524 - 1981m

NY
Peperomia lanceolata C.DC. C.DC.
4122704T. B. Croat   557951983-04-05
Ecuador, Cotopaxi, Road between El Corozon and Angamarca; 2.1 km NW of El Corozon (El Corozon is 69.4 km SE of Quevedo), -1.13 -79.05, 1535m

NY
Peperomia lanceolata C.DC. C.DC.
4122705J. L. Luteyn   88111983-02-04
Ecuador, Pichincha, Old road Quito-Santo Domingo, ca. 3-16 km W of San Juan de Chiriboga, -0.2556 -78.6806, 3460 - 3350m

NY
Peperomia lanceolata C.DC. C.DC.
4122706L. B. Holm-Nielsen   1731968-06-01
Ecuador, Tungurahua, Montana Agoyan, 10 km E of Banos, -1.38 -78.37, 1900m


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