Casus Pro Diagnosi - Bromeliad
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- Tillandsia spec.#1 Bolivia, prov. Santa Cruz, road from Santa
Cruz to Samaipata, 60 km from Samaipata, on verticalrock. Det.: Tillandsia
- Vriesea cf. declinata garden number 97GR01015. This plant is
of garden origin (no data). It is close to Vriesea psittacina and probably to V.declinata.
Det: Vriesea pauperrima E. Pereira
- Guzmania spec.#1 [detail]garden
number 97GR00049. This plant is of garden origin (no data). It is close to Guzmania
sphearoidea. [see replies]
- Pitcairnia cf. maidifolia garden number 67GR00091.
This plant is of garden origin (no data). [see replies]
- Aechmea spec.#1 plant photographed in a garden on St'
Eustatius by Leo Wijffels (Netherlands) [see
- Tillandsia cf. lorentziana from C.S.Gouda: Bolivia, near San
- Tillandsia cf. yuncharaensis from E.J. & C.S.Gouda:
Bolivia, road from Cochabamba to Coracollo, ca. km 30, near Parotani, alt. 2750 m, 1995.
Det.: Tillandsia cochabambae Rauh
- Tillandsia cf. virescens (labeled T. recurvata yellow) from
Peru or Bolivia (locality unsertain), drawing available. Det.: Tillandsia
virescens s. str.
- Tillandsia cf. polzii from Alex Riemis (2 Jan 1999)
bought as T.aeranthos "purple giant".
- Tillandsia "Inca Gold" from Alex Riemis (6 Jan
1999) sold in the US earlier as "unknown fragrant Peru". Det.: Tillandsia "Kashkin"
- Tillandsia spec. #2 from Alex Riemis (6 Jan 1999) probably
- Tillandsia hybrid? This plant was bought by Marie Robinson at
either the Sydney Conference in 1991 or the Brisbane Conference in 1993 but she lost the
- Tillandsia cf. paleacea apurimacensis from Derek
Butcher (11 Feb 1999) It was found in Peru!!! Sorry but no further details! [see replies]
- Tillandsia cf. deppeana BUT....from Derek Butcher (22 Feb
- Tillandsia cf. fasciculata from Alex Riemis (17 Mar 1999) 40
km SW of Oaxaca, Mexico Det.: T. cf. beutelspacheri
- Tillandsia cf. nuptialis from Derek Butcher (06 Apr 1999)
originated from Renate Ehlers and collected in Brazil, at Morro do Coco
- Tillandsia sp.Cuba from Alex Riemis, exact locality unknown.
- Tillandsia aff.sphaerocephala from Alex Riemis,
exact locality unknown. Sp.aff.sphaerocephala: Peru, Prov. Cusco, Ollantaytambo, 3000 m.,
terrestial. [see replies]
- Tillandsia carminea Dennis from Derek
Butcher, from Dennis Cathcart at Tropiflora
- Tillandsia cochabambae/zecheri from (Jeremy Rhine/Velick in
California) Derek Butcher. Det.: T. cf. gerdae
- Tillandsia spec.#3 from Charles Dills. Det.:
- Tillandsia cf. streptocarpa: from Len Colgan / Derek Butcher
from the Dotterer's nursery in Germany. It was amongst thousands of plants imported from
- Tillandsia x floridana: from Derek Butcher: I think that the
enclosed is Tillandsia x floridana.
- Tillandsia spiralipetala/tricholepis var. macrophylla: from
Derek Butcher: Challenges
- Tillandsia nana/calocephala from Derek Butcher: Karel Knize
from Lima Peru
- Tillandsia cf. buchii from Derek Butcher: Received as T.
buchii but it seems closest to T. rotundata
- Tillandsia cf. macrochlamys from Derek Butcher at Len's house.
Det.: Tillandsia macrochlamys
- Tillandsia cf. setacea from Eric Gouda at
Utrecht Botanic Garden.
- Tillandsia cf. virescens from Derek Butcher
(Jan. 2001) Argentina.
- Tillandsia cf. stricta 'Piniformis' from Derek
Butcher (Feb. 2001) from Lydia Kohres in 1995
- Tillandsia sp. from Ignacio Moreno, plant wild collected from
- Aechmea sp. from José Roque (Jan. 2003) from Peru, Loreto.
Det.: Aechmea retusa
- Aechmea (Streptocalyx) sp. collected by P.Maas: Peru, Puerto
- Six Tillandsioids from Peru, photographed by Alex Riemis in
the wild (27 Oct 2003)
- Tillandsia cf. baliophylla, by Derek
Butcher (Febr. 2004)
- Bromeliaceae from
- Tillandsia cf. didisticha from Eric Gouda (unkown
- Navia sp. from Ronald Pardo, AVBRO
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