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Hechtia podantha
back 6590 - Bromeliads (Wild) - 2011-05-27
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Hechtia podantha
Locality: Mexico - Hidalgo - A female plant
Photographer: Claudia T, Hornung Leoni (Sent: brom-l@science.uu.nl)
Identification: pending
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  • Addit.Note: Dutch Vandervort (2011-05-27) - Claudia,

    I see signs of civilization in the background. Where was the podantha grown. Are you still in Yucatan? Are there any collections of hechtia down there that are accessible to the public?

    There is a pretty good collection here in San Miguel de Allende -- at the Charco del Ingenio. Saludos! Dutch (Sent: brom-l@science.uu.nl)
  • Addit.Note: Claudia T. Hornung Leoni (2011-05-30) - Yes, this plant is around Pachuca!
    I thought that I uploaded the picture without houses, sorry :) (Sent: brom-l@science.uu.nl)