6702 - Bromeliads (Garden) - 2011-07-16|
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Tillandsia fasciculata 'Hondurensis'
Locality: Honduras - from a friend who bought it at Tropiflora where it is declared as "a very possibly new species" and "its leaves are thick to almost succulent, silvery and curving inwards towards their tips"
Photographer: Matthias Asmuss
Note: TI 48 (Sent: firstname.lastname@example.org)
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- Add Note: Charles E. DIlls (2011-07-16) - Looks just like mine from Sept 2003.
See: www.charlies-web (Sent: email@example.com)
- Add Note: Uncle Derek (2011-07-16) - A nurseryman's name that nobody has defined so that it could be registered. The name does not mean that all T. fasciculata from Honduras will look like this. It would have been better to call it from the locality where it was found or given a fancy name and registered AND then let the taxonomists decide where it fitted (Sent: firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Add Note: Benetay (2011-07-16) - We have plenty of these here in Singapore. It grows to a huge size, flower and offset. However, i am quite amazed at the name when it reaches our shore. Hope it get registered someday. (Sent: email@example.com)
- Identification: HEL (2011-07-18) =Tillandsia aff fasciculata
- This lithophyte is one of the more distinctive satelitte taxa of T. fasc. . (Sent: firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Identification: Walter Till (2011-07-18) =Tillandsia pungens
- This image matches well the type of Tillandsia pungens Mez which is said to come from Panama
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