jalisco-monticola?????

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jalisco-monticola?????

Beitrag von gonzer » Dienstag, 8 Juni 2010, 1:07

The flowers do not exert themselves out of the bracts and the inflorescence is not flat, not inflated.

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Beitrag von JoachimInB » Mittwoch, 9 Juni 2010, 9:15

Hi Gonzer,
why do you think this is not T. fasciculata?
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Joachim

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Beitrag von gonzer » Donnerstag, 10 Juni 2010, 13:56

Joachim, the old label (!) had the species as jalisco-m. The reason I don't think it is a fasciculata is the fact that the inflorescence is very flat, unbranched and the flowers barely exceed the bracts. I propose that it may instead be T. compressa. I have checked all of Derek's files and can't find a form of fasciculata that matches up. Would you like more photos?

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Re: jalisco-monticola?????

Beitrag von HEL1 » Dienstag, 8 März 2011, 5:45

Tillandsia fasciculata var. venospica, cf, Cent. Amer. form. HEL

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