Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Quiina cruegeriana (Quiina colonensis, Quiina cajambrensis, Quiina guaporensis)
Search Criteria: Only include occurrences with coordinates; Ecuador; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Missouri Botanical Garden


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199300Milton Tirado & V. Zak, L. Vargas, H. Andi   1993-08-04
Ecuador, Pastaza, Pastaza, Parroquia Curaray. Pozo Petrolero Villano 2 de ARCO. Entre los r, -1.48 -77.45, 350m

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199446Walter Palacios & A. Alvarez, E. Freire   1990-05-06
Ecuador, Napo, Cant, -1.07 -77.6, 400m

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917530Walter Palacios   1994-02-25
Ecuador, Pastaza, Pastaza, Km 17 del propuesto oleoducto ARCO - Villano - El Triunfo. Bosque h, -1.52 -77.5, 600m

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1082055Milton Aulestia & Bainca   1995-03-11
Ecuador, Napo, Aguarico, Reserva Etnica Huaorani. Carretera y oleoducto de Maxus, Km 116+6. Ramal de carretera a Plataforma IRO. Bosque h, -1.05 -76.2, 245m

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1226806David Neill, M. Baker, W. Palacios & J. Zaruma   1985-04-04
Ecuador, Napo, 4 Km al N de Coca. Bosque Humedo Tropical. Bosque secundario a la orilla de la carretera., -0.43 -76.98, 250m


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