Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Ctenitis ampla (Aspidium culcita)
Search Criteria: Only include occurrences with coordinates; Ecuador; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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New York Botanical Garden


NY
Ctenitis ampla (Willd.) Ching (Willd.) Ching
3230852A. D. A. Fay   35481992-07-07
Ecuador, Tungurahua, Baños, Río Verde, wet roadside banks., -1.4 -78.28, 1550m

NY
Ctenitis ampla (Willd.) Ching (Willd.) Ching
3230853A. D. A. Fay   35681992-07-08
Ecuador, Tungurahua, Baños, Downhill, between road and Río Pastaza bridge at Río Verde., -1.4 -78.28, 1450m

NY
Ctenitis ampla (Willd.) Ching (Willd.) Ching
3230857A. D. A. Fay   35681992-07-08
Ecuador, Tungurahua, Baños, Downhill, between road and Río Pastaza bridge at Río Verde., -1.4 -78.28, 1450m


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Google Map

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