Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Monticalia andicola, Monticalia andicola var. pseudonitida, Monticalia andicola var. andicola
Search Criteria: Only include occurrences with coordinates; Ecuador; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Missouri Botanical Garden


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Monticalia andicola (Turcz.) C. Jeffrey
575360B. L   1979-04-01
Ecuador, Napo, N side of Laguna verdecocha, 2 km E of the peak of Cerro Quilinda, -0.78 -78.35, 4100m

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Monticalia andicola (Turcz.) C. Jeffrey
575376B. L   1979-04-24
Ecuador, Napo, NE-facing ridge on the N side of Cerro Sumaco. Virgin moist paramo with scattered shrubs, on steep slope., -0.58 -77.65, 3600 - 3700m

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Monticalia andicola (Turcz.) C. Jeffrey
575414B. L   1979-04-25
Ecuador, Napo, E-facing ridge on the N side of Cerro Sumaco. Moist shrubby paramo just above the timberline on steep slopes., -0.58 -77.65, 3300 - 3400m

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Monticalia andicola (Turcz.) C. Jeffrey
575471B. L   1979-04-29
Ecuador, Napo, S side of Cerro Sumaco, 100-200 m S of the main crater. Ravines in paramo with steep rocks and seepages., -0.58 -77.65, 3700 - 3800m

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Monticalia andicola (Turcz.) C. Jeffrey
575512B. L   1979-05-04
Ecuador, Napo, N-facing ridge on the N side of Cerro Sumaco. Moist shrubby paramo, dominated by bryophytes., -0.58 -77.65, 3650m

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Monticalia andicola (Turcz.) C. Jeffrey
575903L.B. Holm-Nielsen & J. Jaramillo   1980-11-12
Ecuador, Tungurahua, Cordillera de los Llanganates. At R, -1.23 -78.3, 3700m

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Monticalia andicola (Turcz.) C. Jeffrey
576045   1980-07-10
Ecuador, Pichincha, Road Olmedo - Laguna San Marcos, W of the pass. Grazed paramo S of the road., 0.08 -78.02, 3600m

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Monticalia andicola (Turcz.) C. Jeffrey
576979L.B. Holm-Nielsen   1980-01-12
Ecuador, Carchi, P, 0.67 -77.87, 3800m

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Monticalia andicola (Turcz.) C. Jeffrey
577337L.B. Holm-Nielsen   1980-06-18
Ecuador, Pichincha, Volc, -0.05 -78, 4400m

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Monticalia andicola (Turcz.) C. Jeffrey
577416   1982-05-15
Ecuador, Napo, Llanganati. Paramo SE of Chosa Aucacocha, between Aucacocha and Pan de Azucar. Hilly paramo, dominated by 1-2 m high Neurolepis scrub, scattered Escallonia and Gynoxys, and Oritrophium swamps. Soil temperature 6.5, -1.15 -78.3, 3800 - 3900m

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Monticalia andicola (Turcz.) C. Jeffrey
1293083P.M. Ramsay & P.J. Merrow-Smith   1987-10-21
Ecuador, Carchi, Tulc, Southern slopes of Volcan Chiles. Paramo grassland., 0.82 -77.95, 4100m

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Monticalia andicola (Turcz.) C. Jeffrey
1293225P.M. Ramsay & P.J. Merrow-Smith   1987-08-09
Ecuador, Pichincha, Laguna de Hoyas, P, -0.25 -78.2, 4050m

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Monticalia andicola (Turcz.) C. Jeffrey
1295229P.M. Ramsay & P.J. Merrow-Smith   1987-10-11
Ecuador, Imbabura, Cotacachi, Slopes of Volcan Cotacachi., 0.58 -78.33, 4150m


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