10235 - Bromeliads (Wild) - 2012-08-03|
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(Uploaded as: Catopsis spec.)
Locality: Honduras - Lempira - N.P. Celaque.
Photographer: Reino Koopmans
Note: Altitude 2200 meter. On the north site of a ridge. a lot of thin bark trees. Slugs are eating the plant.
Flower and stem 26 cm. Leaves 16 cm long. On a fallen trunk. (Sent: email@example.com)
- Note: Peter Bak (2013-03-15) - Do Not believe this is a catopsis sooner a mezobromelia or vriesea or even a tillandisa at this altitude (Sent: firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Identification: Eric Gouda (2013-03-18) =Tillandsia spec.
- Interesting plant that seems to be close to T.violascens and T.coinaensis both from the Andes countries, but smaller. The petals are unknown, but it has very short sepals of 9.5 x 5.5 mm, elliptic and broadly rounded, evenly 1 mm connate and adaxial ones carinate (angled) at base. Floral bracts 19 x 9 mm, incurved and much exceeding the sepals. Probably a new species. (Sent: email@example.com)