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Racinae, Diane - - 2008
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Flower, Andrew - - 2008
Giroux, Larry - - 2008
Butcher, Derek - - 2008
Butcher, Derek - - 2008
Araoz, Ezequiel - - 2008
Puya bravoi is described as a new species of Bromeliaceae, Pitcairnioideae, from north-western Argentina. Diagnostic characteristics are given to distinguish it from its closest related species; P. weberiana, P. fosteriana, P. cardenasii and P. tristis.
Grant, Jason - - 2008
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Butcher, Derek - - 2008
Heckart, Dennis - - 2008
Wegner, Lyn - - 2008
de Paula, Claudio - - 2008
The Bromeliaceae floral data was collected in Campos Rupestres of Parque Estadual do Itacolomi (PEI), municipal district of Ouro Preto and Mariana, in the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil. The review identified three subfamilies, eight genera and 15 species. Racinaea aerisincola is now considered extinct from PEI. This work is ...
Ramirez, Ivon - - 2008
We investigated the breeding systems of six Mexican species of Tillandsia in the Yucatan Peninsula; Tillandsia balbisiana Schult. & Schult. f., T. brachycaulos Schltdl. , T. dasyliriifolia Baker, T. elongata Kunth var. subimbricata (Baker) L. B. Sm., T. streptophylla Scheidw. ex E. Morren, and T. utriculata L. All species are ...
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Prevatt, Betty - - 2008
Schoenau, Carolyn - - 2008
Butcher, Derek - - 2008
Flower, Andrew - - 2008
Butcher, Derek - - 2008
Scharf, Uwe - - 2008
The terms used by Mez (1896, 1934), and Smith & Downs (1974, 1977, 1979), such as "bi-/ tripinnate", "scape" and "inflorescence" for example, in ways that deviate from those proposed by Linnaeus, and other terms used in a non-Linnean tradition in Bromeliaceae literature (anterior, posterior, actinomorph, zygomorph, irregular, imbricate) are ...
de Paula, Claudio - - 2008
This work is an assessment of the family Bromeliaceae of Rio Sao Joao mangrove, Cabo Frio, RJ, Brazil--the project being sponsored by the Taua Reserve. A species discussion is presented. Twelve species were found, five belonging to the subfamily Tillandsioideae: Tillandsia gardneri, Tillandsia stricta, Tillandsia usneoides, Vriesea flammea and Vriesea ...
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