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Angiosperm Families - Bromeliaceae Juss.
... directly in Abromeitiella, Acanthostachys, Aechmea, Ananas, Araeocassus, Billbergia, Bromelia, Canistrum, Cryptanthus, Deuterocohnia, Dyckia, Encholirium, Guzmania, Hechtia, Hohenbergia, ... Aechmea, Ananas, Androlepis, Araeococcus, Ayensua, Billbergia, Brewcaria, Brocchinia, Bromelia, Canistrum, Catopsis, Chevaliera, Connellia, Cottendorfia, Cryptanthus, Deinacanthon, Deuterocohnia, Disteganthus ...
delta-intkey.com

Garden at Symdock - Bromeliads
... unlike any other plants. Guzmania monostachia Hohenbergia stellata (red) Billbergia ( brachysiphon var. breviflora ?) Pitcairnia smithiorum Bromelia balansae On maturing, many bromeliads change their central leaf colours into brilliant and vivid colour ...
members.iimetro.com.au

Bromeliads - Air Plants - Tillandsia
... or 'Spanish moss'. References http://biodiversity.uno.edu/delta/angio/www/bromelia.htm as of 2002-06-18 | Bromeliad Society International Genera Abromeitiella Acanthostachys Aechmea Ananas Androlepis Araeococcus Ayensua Billbergia Brewcaria Brocchinia reducta Bromelia Canistrum Catopsis Chevaliera Connellia Cottendorfia Cryptanthus Deinacanthon Deuterocohnia Disteganthus Dyckia Encholirium ...
plants.web-indexes.com

Pinguin, Pi˝uela (Bromelia pinguin)
... site! powered by FreeFind Seasonal Links: Cold Frames Bare Root Pinguin, Pi˝uela Scientific Name: Bromelia pinguin L. Synonym: Agallostachys fastuosa Family: Bromeliaceae USDA picture Recommended Temperature Zone: USDA: ... water in summer, keep dry in winter Propagation: Offsets, seeds The genus name 'Bromelia' comes from a prominent Swedish medical doctor and botanist, Olof Ole Bromell (1639-1705 ...
www.desert-tropicals.com

Bromeliads
... decorative foliage, flowers, and fruit year round. Some bromeliads tolerate low temperatures. The graceful, spiny Bromelia pinguin survives north Florida conditions, provided it is grown in a protected area. However, extreme ...
edis.ifas.ufl.edu

Open Directory - Science: Biology: Flora and Fauna: Plantae: Magnoliophyta: Liliopsida: Bromeliaceae: Bromelia
... Bromelia Top: Science: Biology: Flora and Fauna: Plantae: Magnoliophyta: Liliopsida: Bromeliaceae: Bromelia (2) Bromelia balansae - image Bromelia sp. - image "Bromelia ...
dmoz.org

Eric J. Gouda
... me te specialiseren op de kleine soorten uit de Dendrobates quinquevittatus groep, die voornamelijk in Bromelia's leven. Ik houd de dieren in middelgrote gezelschaps-terraria in de huiskamer. Sport moet ...
botu07.bio.uu.nl

index
... Arisaema Information and Picture Gallery Brom-L (Home Page) and Bromeliad Information and Picture Gallery Bromelia-L (Home Page) and Bromeliad Information and Picture Gallery Bulbs-L (Home Page) and Bulbs ...
botu07.bio.uu.nl
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FLORA OF NORTH AMERICA - Newsletter - Vol 14, No. 1
... ), Commelinales (in part; spiderwort order), Eriocaulales (eriocaul order), Juncales (rush order), Typhales (cattail order), Bromeliales (bromelia order), and Zingiberales (ginger order). A total of 30 families, 89 genera, and 423 species ...
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Sugar Cane, Pineapple, Coffee & Morinda
... native to the New World. Pineapples belong to the diverse bromelia family (Bromeliaceae), along with the many tropical epiphytes called bromeliads (Bromelia), the xerophytic yucca-like plants (Puya), and the lichen-like ...
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