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

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Fundación Jardín Botánico Joaquín Antonio Uribe de Medellín


JAUM:JAUM-033
43670Robbin C. Moran   52331991-02-02
Ecuador, Pichincha, Maquipucuna Biological Field Station, ca. 5 km E of Nanegalito and ca. 25 km N of Quito, 0.1333333 -78.5833333, 1400 - 1700m

New York Botanical Garden


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Elaphoglossum bakeri (Sodiro) Christ (Sodiro) Christ
00698539A. Vasco   8682011-05-26
Ecuador, Pichincha, Reserva Las Gralarias, Carretera Nanegalito - Mindo., -0.0108 -78.73, 1950m

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Elaphoglossum bakeri (Sodiro) Christ (Sodiro) Christ
00698540A. Vasco   8682011-05-26
Ecuador, Pichincha, Reserva Las Gralarias, Carretera Nanegalito - Mindo., -0.0108 -78.73, 1950m

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Elaphoglossum bakeri (Sodiro) Christ (Sodiro) Christ
00698541A. Vasco   8682011-05-26
Ecuador, Pichincha, Reserva Las Gralarias, Carretera Nanegalito - Mindo., -0.0108 -78.73, 1950m

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Elaphoglossum bakeri (Sodiro) Christ (Sodiro) Christ
00698542A. Vasco   8682011-05-26
Ecuador, Pichincha, Reserva Las Gralarias, Carretera Nanegalito - Mindo., -0.0108 -78.73, 1950m

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Elaphoglossum bakeri (Sodiro) Christ (Sodiro) Christ
04051332R. C. Moran   74172005-02-12
Ecuador, Napo, Near Cosanga, Yanayacu Biological Station. Forest below station., -0.5992 -77.8906, 2100m

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Elaphoglossum bakeri (Sodiro) Christ (Sodiro) Christ
04051335R. C. Moran   74172005-02-12
Ecuador, Napo, Near Cosanga, Yanayacu Biological Station. Forest below station., -0.5992 -77.8906, 2100m

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Elaphoglossum bakeri (Sodiro) Christ (Sodiro) Christ
04057206R. C. Moran   68192004-02-13
Ecuador, Pichincha, Quito, Estación Biológica Río Guajalito, km 59 of old road from Quito to Santo Domingo., -0.23 -78.8, 1800m


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