Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Clinopodium jamesonii (Satureja jamesonii)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
Satureja jamesonii (Benth.) Briq.
V0168105FF. C. Lehmann   4676
COLOMBIA

F:Botany
Satureja jamesonii (Benth.) Briq.
V0168106FE. F. André   K1564
COLOMBIA

F:Botany
V0143445F   
ECUADOR

F:Botany
J. Jaramillo   9804
Ecuador, Cañar

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
Clinopodium jamesonii (Benth.) Harley
450917A. Gentry   1974-11-10
Ecuador, Imbabura, Prov. Imbabura/Pichincha. Vicinity of Mojanda, 15 km N of Malchinguin, S of Otavalo, shrubby cloud forest., 0.17 -78.28, 4000 - 4500m

MO
Satureja jamesonii (Benth.) Briq.
450987Rose & Rose   1918-09-15
Ecuador, Ca, 2900m

MO
Satureja jamesonii (Benth.) Briq.
451085Balslev   1981-01-05
Ecuador, Azuay, From Soldados eastwards along the road until Hda. San Vicente (west of Cuenca). Patches of Polylepis-forest and hedges along road., -2.93 -79.17, 3200 - 3300m

MO
Satureja jamesonii (Benth.) Briq.
451100Dorr & Valdespino   1989-06-22
Ecuador, Azuay, 3110m

MO
Satureja jamesonii (Benth.) Briq.
451155Hitchcock   1923-08-10
Ecuador, Carchi, 3000m

MO
Clinopodium jamesonii (Benth.) Govaerts
454678Walter Palacios   1993-10-30
Ecuador, Carchi, Espejo, Reserva Ecol, 0.7 -77.95, 3300m

MO
Clinopodium jamesonii (Benth.) Govaerts
911946P.M. J   1994-11-23
Ecuador, Loja, Cordillera de Las Lagunitas. Amaluza-Jimbura-Zumba, Km 36. Shrubby forest and p, -4.72 -79.44, 3420m

MO
Clinopodium jamesonii (Benth.) Govaerts
913197P.M. J   1994-11-25
Ecuador, Loja, Cordillera de Las Lagunitas. Amaluza-Jimbura-Zumba, Km 37. P, -4.73 -79.43, 3390m


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