Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Brosimum acutifolium, Brosimum acutifolium subsp. obovatum (Brosimopsis obovata, Brosimum caniceps), Brosimum acutifolium subsp. acutifolium
Search Criteria: Only include occurrences with coordinates; Ecuador; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Missouri Botanical Garden


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709992Vlastimil Zak & D. Rubio   1989-04-01
Ecuador, Pastaza, Carretera de PETRO-CANADA en construc- ci, -1.25 -76.92, 320m

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Brosimum acutifolium (Ducke) C.C. Berg
881117Armando Grijalva   1993-12-12
Ecuador, Napo, Orellana, Parque Nacional Yasun, -0.47 -76.57, 250m

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Brosimum acutifolium (Ducke) C.C. Berg
883068Alberto Dik & T. Ahue   1994-10-01
Ecuador, Napo, Aguarico, Reserva Etnica Huaorani. Carretera y oleoducto de Maxus en construcci, -1.03 -76.18, 249m

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919772Milton Aulestia   1994-09-10
Ecuador, Napo, Orellana, Parque Nacional Yasun, -0.65 -76.43, 250m

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1351515Nigel Pitman & T.Delinks   
Ecuador, Napo, Orellana, Tiputini Biodiversity Station. Terra firme forest in T. Erwin's entomology transects, Harpia trail., -0.63 -76.17, 250m


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Google Map

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