5912 - Bromeliads (Wild) - 2010-09-06|
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Locality: Mexico - Jalisco - 1300 m, about 8-9 km south of Tecalitlan, Jalisco.
Photographer: Bill Holliday
Note: Looks a bit like T. fresnilloensis, but found at the south end of Jalisco, in the Sierra Lalo. Oak woodland, but prefers an exposed location in shrubby Acacias. (Sent: email@example.com)
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- Add Note: Eric Gouda (2010-09-06) - T. fresnilloensis is growing in Jalisco following the check list by Espejo-Serna et al. 2004
But this is not that species, that has a very remotely flowered inflorescence. It is one of the T.limbata complex (Sent: firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Identification: Uwe (2010-09-07) =Tillandsia comitanensis
- Could be a T. comitanensis with a simple inflorescence. (Sent: email@example.com)
- Add Note: Bill Holliday (2010-09-08) - It does look like T. comitanensis, and I did see another inflorescence that was branched into three parts. Has T. comitanensis been recorded outside of Chiapas?