Dataset: NCU-Pteridophytes
Search Criteria: Ecuador; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Pteridophytes (extant)


NCU:Pteridophytes
NCU00345383Earle, Sylvia A.   66-118-91966-05-20
Ecuador, Galapagos Islands: Santa Cruz Island, -0.629159 -90.362984

NCU:Pteridophytes
NCU00429810Weatherwax   3171945-04-11
Ecuador, 25 km from Quito, Ecuador, on road toward Santo Domingo, 3353m

NCU:Pteridophytes
Niphidium crassifolium (L.) Lellinger
NCU00431428Prescott, G. W.   s.n.1953-02-00
Ecuador, Tungurahua, Rio Pastaza Canyon near Banos, -1.396988 -78.422893

NCU:Pteridophytes
Niphidium crassifolium (L.) Lellinger
NCU00431440Anthony, Harold Elmer   2371923-09-00
Ecuador, Las Maquinas, 2073m

NCU:Pteridophytes
NCU00432740Anthony, H. E.   2211923-09-00
Ecuador, Chillo Valley, Rio Pita, 2987m

NCU:Pteridophytes
NCU00432903Jaramillo, J.   82711985-12-27
Ecuador, Prov. Pinchincha. Reserva Floristica Ecologica "RIO GUAJALITO," km 59 de la carretera antiqua Quito-Sto. Domingo de los Colorados, a 3.5 km al NE de la carretera, estribaciones occidentles del Volcan Pinchincha., -0.231389 -78.802778, 1800 - 2200m


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