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Description: Aphelandra R. Br., Ecuador, R. Aguinda 1041, FCurrent Determination: Aphelandra R. Br.Family: AcanthaceaeLocation: Ecuador: SucumbiosLocality: Eastern slopes of the Andes, ca. 10 km south of the Ecuador-Colombia border, ridCoordinates: 0.3039 -77.4089Elevation: 1200Habitat/Microhabitat: Foothills of the Andes near the Colombian border. Upper hill forest on clay soils. Ridges & steep slopes.Additional data: Herb in shady understory, to 1.5 m. Bracts brown, fruit green, flowers red.Collector(s): R. AguindaCollection Date: 27 July 2001Catalog Subset: Seed PlantsCatalog Project: GDI 2013-2015 SAPP, Rapid Inventory PlantsEMu IRN: 282549OccurenceID: 2080cc1f-224f-484a-82ca-3c92a3cb6964
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