Tillandsia identification

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Laszlo
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Tillandsia identification

Beitrag von Laszlo » Sonntag, 23 September 2007, 23:41

Hi Forum,
please help me to identify this Tillandsia.
Plant from Peru, Cajamarca, flowering 50 cm high.
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Thanks, Laszlo

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SSairplants
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Wohnort: Khon Kaen

Beitrag von SSairplants » Dienstag, 25 September 2007, 22:37

Hi Laszlo,

I think I got this one at home too. But very difficult to grow here in where I live (Khon Kaen, Thailand). Got as unknown name and never bloom. But I think I might be T.dudleyi, still not sure....but waiting for the experts to help !

Cheers,

Seth.
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Laszlo
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Beitrag von Laszlo » Montag, 1 Oktober 2007, 22:50

Hi Seth,

Congratulation! :wink:
I think You found the solution of my problem. I looked for T. dudleyi on the net and I found a picture about this. It resemble to mine.
So I think You have the right guess.
Thanks for your help.

Cheers, Laszlo

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SSairplants
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Beitrag von SSairplants » Mittwoch, 3 Oktober 2007, 14:20

He he it was just the only name I could think of when you said "Peru, Cajamarca". And the plant looks really big thats why I think it might be T.dudleyi.....but still not sure.

P.S. Looks like they grow up so well where you live! (so jealous :lol: :lol: ).

Best,

Seth.
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Lieselotte Hromadnik
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????????

Beitrag von Lieselotte Hromadnik » Sonntag, 14 Oktober 2007, 21:33

Hi forum, I wonder how you can use the name T. dudleyi for this plant ???

In Smith page 701 you see that T. dudleyi was only found in the cloudy forest of the Sierra Vilcabamba near Cuzco in Southern Peru. (Cajamarca is dry and in the North). The leafs should be ligulate and brown spotted and the drawings of the infloreszence don`t show any similarity with your plant.

Sorry ! Lieselotte

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SSairplants
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Re: ????????

Beitrag von SSairplants » Donnerstag, 25 Oktober 2007, 14:35

Lieselotte Hromadnik hat geschrieben:Hi forum, I wonder how you can use the name T. dudleyi for this plant ???

In Smith page 701 you see that T. dudleyi was only found in the cloudy forest of the Sierra Vilcabamba near Cuzco in Southern Peru. (Cajamarca is dry and in the North). The leafs should be ligulate and brown spotted and the drawings of the infloreszence don`t show any similarity with your plant.

Sorry ! Lieselotte


Sorry I'm not the expert one. You gotta read what I wrote over there

"it might be T.dudleyi, still not sure....but waiting for the experts to help !"

Got it ?

p.s. thanks a lot for the info.
Words are like weapons. They wound sometimes.

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