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Information on Brazilian ornamental species of the genus Tillandsia L. (Bromeliaceae)
Bromeliads that accumulate water in the central part of the plant represent a risk of creating Aedes aegypti larvae. This feature has contributed to a decrease of consumption in the internal market and poor returns to ...
How many taxa can be recognized within the complex Tillandsia capillaris (Bromeliaceae, Tillandsioideae)? Analysis of the available classifications using a multivariate approach.
(Pensoft Publishers, 2013-03)
Tillandsia capillaris Ruiz & Pav., which belongs to the subgenus Diaphoranthema is distributed in Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, northern and central Argentina, and Chile, and includes forms that are difficult to circumscribe, ...
(Zamorano: Escuela Agrícola Panamericana, 2015, 2015)
Seed and seedling surface-sterilization for in vitro culture of tillandsia gardneri (Bromeliaceae)
Tillandsia gardneri is a bromeliad with ornamental value and a wide geographical distribution over Brazil. However, due to habitat loss and illegal overcollection in the wild it is included as a vulnerable species in the ...
Geographical distribution of Tillandsia lomas in the Atacama Desert, northern Chile
(ACADEMIC PRESS LTD ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD, 2006-06)
We assessed the geographic distribution of Tillandsia lomas in northern Chile, from Arica (18 degrees 20'S) to the Loa river (21 degrees 25'S) and discussed the factors that might potentially underlie the observed patterns. ...