Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Eleocharis albibracteata, Eleocharis albibracteata var. boliviana, Eleocharis albibracteata var. albibracteata
Search Criteria: Only include occurrences with coordinates; Ecuador; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Missouri Botanical Garden


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Eleocharis albibracteata (C.B. Clarke) BARROS
267995Carlos Cer   1990-12-14
Ecuador, Pichincha, Parque Nacional Cotopaxi. R, -0.63 -78.38, 4000m

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Eleocharis albibracteata Nees & Meyen ex Kunth
269304S. L   1985-06-30
Ecuador, Pichincha, P, 0.13 -78.27, 3700 - 3800m

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Eleocharis albibracteata Nees & Meyen ex Kunth
270964Balslev   1980-11-27
Ecuador, Tungurahua, Northern slope of Volc, -1.28 -78.83, 3900m

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Eleocharis albibracteata Nees & Meyen ex Kunth
270973Balslev   1980-12-28
Ecuador, Ca, Panamerican Highway. Highest point between Ca, -2.6 -78.92, 3500m


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Google Map

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