11348 - Bromeliads (Garden) - 2014-02-19|
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Locality: United States - HI - In a local botanical garden.
Note: Appears to be spreading locally in trees.
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- Identification (11349): Bruce Dunstan (2014-02-21) =Aechmea cephaloides ?
- Add Note (11349): Danielle (2014-02-26) - Can anyone confirm this possible ID, or point me in the direction of a flora? Thank you! (Sent: firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Identification (11349): Eric Gouda (2014-04-16) =Aechmea cephaloides
- I agree with Bruce that it is this species that has a dense head of subsessile branches and a few (normally 2) stipitate ones at the base. Branches are truncated and often branched itself (infl. twice branched). Also the leaves looks normal for this species. It is endemic to Pernambuco. (Sent: email@example.com)
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