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bromelias panameñas

Posted by patusho25 z11 Mexico (My Page) on
Sat, Dec 13, 08 at 2:13

hi everyone. my friend went on an excursion and would like to know their ids if possible.

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cheerios.


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RE: bromelias panameñas

That red Tillandsia didn't accidentily fall into his backpack?


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RE: bromelias panameñas

stan, maybe. ;D

any id at all, anyone?


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RE: bromelias panameñas

Sorry, Patusho, without flowers the last 3 may be almost impossible to ID beyond genus.

I don't recognize the first one either, except that it appears to be an Aechmea in the subgenus Platyaechmea. That's a pretty big group though, and it doesn't match anything on FCBS. The closest seems to be A. retusa, but I don't think that's it. If you email that photo to the Bromeliad Identification Center along with information about the locale you might get an answer.


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RE: bromelias panameñas

thanks for the directions, lisa.

cheerios.


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