Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Elaphoglossum latum (Elaphoglossum apodum var. latum)
Search Criteria: Only include occurrences with coordinates; Ecuador; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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New York Botanical Garden


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Elaphoglossum latum (Mickel) Atehortúa ex Mickel (Mickel) Atehortúa ex Mickel
1402659R. A. Pritchard   122008-05-15
Ecuador, Esmeraldas, Quinindé, Reserva Ecológica Mache-Chindul, 35 km W of Quinindé, the Bilsa Biological Station, Cordillera Mache-Chindul, Plot A, 0.35 -79.7333, 400 - 600m

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Elaphoglossum latum (Mickel) Atehortúa ex Mickel (Mickel) Atehortúa ex Mickel
1402660R. A. Pritchard   432008-05-15
Ecuador, Esmeraldas, Quinindé, Reserva Ecológica Mache-Chindul, 35 km W of Quinindé, the Bilsa Biological Station, Cordillera Mache-Chindul, Plot C, 0.35 -79.7333, 400 - 600m

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Elaphoglossum latum (Mickel) Atehortúa ex Mickel (Mickel) Atehortúa ex Mickel
1402661M. S. Bass   971994-09-28
Ecuador, Esmeraldas, Quinindé, Bilsa Biological Station, Montañas de Mache, 35 km W of Quinindé, 5 km W of Santa Isabel, primary forest on slope SW of banana plantation behind Station, 0.35 -79.7333, 400 - 600m

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Elaphoglossum latum (Mickel) Atehortúa ex Mickel (Mickel) Atehortúa ex Mickel
1402662J. L. Clark   48671998-03-20
Ecuador, Esmeraldas, Quinindé, Bilsa Biological Station, Reserva Mache-Chindul, 35 km W of Quinindé, permanent plot #3, 0.35 -79.7333, 500 - 500m

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Elaphoglossum latum (Mickel) Atehortúa ex Mickel (Mickel) Atehortúa ex Mickel
1402663T. D. Pennington   46SD1960-10-28
Ecuador, Santo Domingo de los Tsáchilas, 37 km S of Santo Domingo de los Colorados, -0.2542 -79.1719

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Elaphoglossum latum (Mickel) Atehortúa ex Mickel (Mickel) Atehortúa ex Mickel
1402959R. C. Moran   69372004-02-28
Ecuador, Pichincha, Reserva Florestal ENDESA, ca. 8 km E de Pedro Vicente Maldonado, 0.0833 -79.0167, 780 - 780m


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