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see bryophyllumpinnatum.
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streptophylla belongs to the subfamily Tillandsioideae and subgenus Tillandsia, characterized by hermaphrodite flowers with sexual organs protruding above the corolla tube and erect petals.
Add a Tillandsia xerographica as a velvety bow and hang from a hook.
Agave underwoodii Trelease y en ocasiones Oplonia tetrasticha, Guapira rufescens, Spathelia pinetorum, Gesneria cubensis, Guzmania lingulata y Tillandsia fasciculata.
Aechmea 9/2; Androlepis 1/0; Billbergia 2/0; Bromelia 4/2; Catopsis 17/4; Fosterella 1/0; Greigia 2/2; Guzmania 2/0; Hechtia 58/55; Hohenbergia 1/1; Hohenbergiopsis 1/0; Pepinia 2/1; Pitcairnia 47/38; Racinaea 2/1; Tillandsia 232 (239)/172 (176); Ursulaea 2/2; Viridantha 7/7; Vriesea 2/1; Werauhia 8/2
Tillandsia xerographica was added to the Appendix II of CITES (in total seven species of Tillandsia) because the natural populations of this decorative species is now threatened after being collected for some tens of years for commercial purposes in Guatemala.
Systematics of Tillandsia subgenus Pseudalcantarea (Bromeliaceae) Brittonia 48: 1-19.
Sin embargo, solo Elaphglossum peltatum y Tillandsia vicentina mostraron preferencia por solo una zona mientras se abstenian del resto.
The host weevil feeds on epiphytic bromeliads, including species in the genera Tillandsia, Catopsis and Vriesea found between 1600 and 2000 m above sea level (Alvarez del Hierro & Cave 1999).
Resumen: Se estudiaron los invertebrados acuaticos asociados a los depositos de agua de Tillandsia turneri y T.
Ordination of the bromeliad species at the study area, according to their abundances in a zonation gradient, extending from the zone closest to the sea (HPR) to that most distant from it (AZ), presented the following sequence of species: Billbergia amoena, Bromelia antiacantha, Neoregelia cruenta, Tillandsia stricta, T.
One of the easiest plants to grow is the Tillandsia cyanea - it's an air plant and gets most of what it needs from the air around it
One of the most striking is Tillandsia multicaulis which grows happily in a pot indoors.