5606 - Bromeliads (Wild) - 2010-04-08|
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(Uploaded as: Guzmania sp?)
Locality: Ecuador - Zamora-Chinchimpe - Along Rio Nangaritza near Miasi. I'd be guessing somewhere between 800-1200m
Photographer: Bruce Dunstan
Note: Harry, Peter Tristram thought it might have some relationship to this cultivated plant. I have grown the seed I collected but they are only 1cm tall.
cheers Bruce (Sent: firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Identification (5251): HEL (2010-04-08) =Guz. sp.ov?
- really odd, Id sure like to get a specimen. (Sent: email@example.com)
- Identification (5251): HEL (2010-04-08) =Guz.sp. nov?
- Most if not all the highly branched guzmanias seem to be high elevation, 2000-3000 m. HEL (Sent: firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Note (5251): Harry Luther (2010-04-12) - Still dont recognise it unless its that thing Jose Manzanares described in Vidalia a couple of years ago. Dont have my library and files here yet so am forced to rely on my fading memory. HEL
- Identification (5251): Eric Gouda (2010-04-12) =Guzmania lemeana
- Yes, it resembles G.lemeana much, see:
Guzmania lemeana Manzanares, Vidalia 2(1): 39-42. 2004
Type: Ecuador, province of Morona-Santiago: Indanza-Limon, epiphytic in mountain rain forest, 02Ā°54'06"S 78Ā°18'S4"W, 1226 m, 28 Mar. 2001, J M. Manzanares, E. Patterson & S. Marin 7360 (holotype, QCNE). (Sent: email@example.com)