Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Pfaffia aurata
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Instituto Alexander von Humboldt


FMB
FMB-046700Moreno-Bejarano, Luz   16411985-03-17
Colombia, Magdalena, caƱo Clarin Viejo

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
Pfaffia aurata (Mart.) Borsch
734784Harling & Andersson   
Ecuador, Morona-Santiago, 1400 - 1500m

MO
Pfaffia aurata (Mart.) Borsch
735917J. Brandbyge et al.   1981-08-17
Ecuador, Napo, R, -0.1 -76, 300m

MO
Pfaffia aurata (Mart.) Borsch
737681Henk van der Werff & Edgar Gudi   1989-08-23
Ecuador, Morona-Santiago, Along new road Mendez-Morona, km 55-62., -3 -78.17, 800m

MO:Tropicos
Pfaffia aurata (Mart.) Borsch
1600036Y. Roca, P. Agreda, B. Taborga & V. Pessoa   15652001-12-12
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, Chiquitos, Progresiva del Entre San Juan y el Campamento Don Mario. kp 130+150. Arboles entre 8 y 10 metros de alto, cubierta con las sp. Trema (2,5-3m.). bien denso, sujo, momoqui.Sotobosque arboreo con sp. entre 2-3m. bejucos.suelo arenoso arcilloso., -17.65 -59.91, 362m


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