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

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Charles Darwin Research Station Herbarium


CDS:Plantae
14616Escandón, J.L.   01652002-09-25
Ecuador, Galápagos, Isla Santa Cruz; Finca de Rolf Silver., -0.654166 -90.372722

CDS:Plantae
49241Merlen, G.   6222003-04-01
Ecuador, Galápagos, Isla Fernandina; Zone B: "2009 Eruption Site": Regrowth of vegetacion and Zanthoxylum forest., -0.347916 -91.534633, 492m

CDS:Plantae
53889Merlen, G.   6222009-04-15
Ecuador, Galápagos, Isla Fernandina; Eruption site, regrowth of vegetation and Zanthoxylum forest., -0.386916 -91.554583, 1386m

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
3145Balslev et al.   2005-06-19
Ecuador, Napo, A, -0.53 -76.38, 300m

MO
34523Robbin C. Moran & Cirri Rohrbach   1991-02-01
Ecuador, Pichincha, Maquipucuna Biological Station, ca. 5 km E of Nanegalito & ca. 25 km N of Quito. Along road above field station., 0.13 -78.58, 1300m

MO
35570Robbin C. Moran & Cirri Rohrbach   1991-02-02
Ecuador, Pichincha, Maquipucuna Biological Field Station, ca. 5 km E of Nanegalito and ca. 25 km N of Quito, cloud forest., 0.13 -78.58, 1400 - 1700m

MO
2677222B. Lojtnant, Molau, U.   1979-06-26
Ecuador, Esmeraldas, Esmeraldas - Colonel C. Concha road, c. 7 km S of Tabiazo. Secondary evergreen tropical forest., 0.75 -79.68, 50m

MO
2630224L. B. Holm-Nielsen Jeppesen, S. & Lojtnant, B. & Ollgaard, B.   1973-04-09
Ecuador, Cotopaxi, Quevedo - Latacunga road, above Macuchi. Low herb and grass vegetation on stony-clayey soil., -0.93 -79.05, 1600m

MO
2624831H. Balslev & D. Irvine   1983-12-01
Ecuador, Napo, Comuna San Jos, -0.5 -77.3, 300m


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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.