Dataset: ASU
Search Criteria: Ecuador; Napo; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Lichen Herbarium


ASU
531035M. Lindström   23891985-03-23
Ecuador, Napo, Road Santa Barbara-El Carmelo, 4 km W of Santa Barbara, at Río Chingual, 0.5833333 -77.6166667, 2570m

ASU
533425L. Arvidsson   60841985-02-09
Ecuador, Napo, Cordillera Orient, 49 km E of Salcedo on unfinished road towards Tena, R. Ana Tenoria Valley, -0.9333333 -78.3333333, 3450m

ASU
531004L. Arvidsson   60221985-02-09
Ecuador, Napo, Cordillera Orient, 29 km E of Salcedo on unfinished road towards Tena, -0.9666667 -78.4166667, 4000m

ASU
533396L. Arvidsson   61041985-02-09
Ecuador, Napo, Cordillera Orient, 45 km E of Salcedo on unfinished road towards Tena, -0.9166667 -78.35, 3750m

ASU
530957M. Lindström & M. Lindqvist   23851985-03-23
Ecuador, Napo, Road Santa Barbara-El Carmelo, 4 km west of Santa Barbara, at Río Chingual., -0.5833333 -77.6166667, 2570m

ASU
531002M. Lindström   28001985-03-23
Ecuador, Napo, E slopes of Cordillera Oriental, 7.5 km of Santa Barbara on road to La Bonita, 0.5833333 -77.5, 2354m

ASU
Oropogon loxensis (Fée) Th. Fr.
540362C. Sperling   B-10111980-08-11
Ecuador, Napo, Road Quito-Baeza, 3-4 km W of Laguna de Papallacta (Paramo de Guamani), -0.35 -78.1166667, 3550m

ASU
510240W.L. Culberson   205551987-08-25
Ecuador, Napo, 24 km W of Baeza, 2950m

ASU
549610E.G.B. Kieft   I-93-B1979-01-04
Ecuador, Napo, Paramo de Quilindana, near Laguna Yurac Cocha, 4150m

ASU
566088P.J.M. Maas   29871977-09-20
Ecuador, Napo, Cosanga, 20 km S of Baeza, 1850m

ASU
568452A. Aptroot   30651977-09-22
Ecuador, Napo, Baeza, 1900m


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