12912 - Bromeliads (Garden) - 2016-12-14|
(Dimension: 2030 x 1550 pixels - Counter: 2900)
(Uploaded as: Tillandsia maybe fasciculata)
Locality: Australia - Qld -
Photographer: Rob Bower (Sent: firstname.lastname@example.org)
(Click on the picture to enlarge)
- Identification (12911): Eric Gouda (2016-12-14) =Tillandsia jaliscomonticola
- Looks to be more close to Tillandsia jaliscomonticola (Sent: email@example.com)
- Note (12911): Walter Till (2016-12-14) - Tillandsia jaliscomonticola should have a mostly simple inflorescence which is longer. This plant is rather T. compressa, a much more widespread species
- Note (12911): Bruce Dunstan (2016-12-14) - In cultivation as fasiculata Magnificent common in Western Panama (Sent: firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Note (12911): Joachim Saul (2016-12-14) - My first guess was also T. compressa.
@Bruce: Are you referring to plants grown by Carla? Those are still a bit different with a more compact and more intensely red inflorescence. Magnificent indeed! (Sent: email@example.com)
- Identification (12911): Matthias Asmuss (2016-12-15) =Ti fasciculata 'Magnificient'
- Ti fasciculata 'Magnificient' bought at Tropiflora, cultivated also by me, looks all the same as Rob's plant. Ti jaliscomonticola has often a simple inflorescence, the spike is much thicker and the floral bracts are at least bicolored: the lower ones reddish, in between yellow and the upper ones greenish (Sent: firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Note (12911): Matthias Asmuss (2016-12-15) - see further upload to compare (Sent: email@example.com)