11370 - Bromeliads (Garden) - 2014-03-05|
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Locality: Brazil -
Photographer: Peter Tristram
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- Identification (11369): Uncle Derek (2014-03-05) ='Catarina'
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- Note (11369): Eric Gouda (2014-03-05) - I think: Vriesea muelleri Mez Botanischer JahrbŁcher fŁr Systematik, Planzengeschichte und Pflanzengeographie. In: Engler, A. 30 (Beibl. 67): 7 (1902) could be a good species, but has a subdense inflorescence with suberect flowers and floral bracts about equaling the sepals. Not like this plant. (Sent: email@example.com)
- Note (11369): Peter Tristram (2014-03-05) - If this is a collected plant what is it? I have 'Catarina' on it for now. When the seed being produced from selfing grows on, more might be revealed. As for the holotype, I agree that the stated parentage looks unlikely. Confusing! Catarina must be a valid species, but what? No doubt there will be more in this sad saga, UD. Vr catarinaensis?