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

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Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
8318   1982-05-16
Ecuador, Napo, Llanganati. North facing slope towards the R, -1.13 -78.3, 3600m

MO
8327L.B. Holm-Nielsen   1980-06-18
Ecuador, Pichincha, Volc, -0.03 -77.98, 4600m

MO
8335   1976-07-21
Ecuador, Napo, Road Quito-Baeza, 3-4 km W of Laguna de Papallacta (P, -0.32 -78.12, 3550m

MO
3097   1982-05-07
Ecuador, Chimborazo, Trail Alao - Huamboya, around the pass, between Cuspipaccha and alt. 3700 m on E slope. Paramo, banks and very wet slopes dominated by tall Neurolepis and scattered Escallonia., -1.78 -78.42, 3550 - 3950m

MO
3121S. L   1985-11-18
Ecuador, Imbabura, At Lagune Grande de Mojanda. Burned paramo. Survivors., 0.13 -78.28, 3850m

MO
3129   1976-07-17
Ecuador, Napo, Road Quito-Baeza, at Laguna de Papallacta. Montane forest with grazed pastures in clearings, W of the lake., -0.35 -78.1, 3350m

MO
8301   1982-05-08
Ecuador, Morona-Santiago, Trail Alao - Huamboya, around La Magdalena. Montane rain forest dominated by Escallonia, Gynoxys and Baccharis, and large, old recolonized landslide along river., -1.78 -78.4, 3450 - 3600m

MO
8310L.B. Holm-Nielsen   1979-11-01
Ecuador, Napo, P, -0.48 -78.15, 4200m

MO
1293239P.M. Ramsay & P.J. Meroow-Smith   1987-08-29
Ecuador, Tungurahua, N slopes of Volcan Tungurahua, -1.48 -78.38, 4300m

MO
1411356P.M. J   2000-01-05
Ecuador, Azuay, Parque Nacional Cajas. Road Cuena-Sayaus, -2.79 -79.2, 3810m

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Ophioglossum crotalophoroides Walter Walter
807219H. Balslev   24631982-05-01
Ecuador, Cotopaxi, Parque Nacional Cotopaxi. Carretera de entrada 3km de la Panamericana., -0.67 -78.5, 3200 - 3200m


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