TILLANDSIA SUESILLIAE ESPEJO, LÃ“PEZ-FERRARI ET W. TILL, A NEW SPECIES FROM CENTRAL MEXICO
- Reproductive success, phenology and biogeography of burying beetles (Silphidae, Nicrophorus) Trumbo, Stephen T. // American Midland Naturalist;Jul1990, Vol. 124 Issue 1, p1
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- Gomphostemma eriocarpum Benth. (Lamiaceae) - a new record for the Eastern Ghats, India. Reddy, C. Sudhakar; Pattanaik, Chiranjibi // Journal of Threatened Taxa;Oct2011, Vol. 3 Issue 10, p2147
The article offers information on the study conducted on the presence of Gomphostemma eriocarpum Benth. (Lamiaceae), in Orissa, India. As mentioned, details of Gomphostemma is reported for the first time from the region of Eastern Ghats, which includes its description, distribution, habitat,...
- Uma nova espÃ©cie reÃ³fita de Dyckia (Bromeliaceae, Pitcairnioideae) para a flora do Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil. Mallmann Büneker, Henrique; Corrêa Pontes, Rodrigo; Pureza Soares, Kelen; Witeck Neto, Leopoldo; Jonas Longhi, Solon // Revista Brasileira de Biociencias;jul-set2013, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p284
A new saxicolous and rheophytic species of Bromeliaceae (Pitcairnioideae), Dyckia strehliana H. BÃ¼neker & R. Pontes, is described and illustrated. Data are provided about its phenology, habitat, geographic distribution and morphological affinities. An identification key to rheophytic species...
- Light microhabitats, growth and photosynthesis of an epiphytic bromeliad in a tropical dry forest. Cervantes, Sandra; Graham, Eric; Andrade, José // Plant Ecology;Jul2005, Vol. 179 Issue 1, p107
In the tropical dry forest of DzibilchaltÃºn, Yucatan, Mexico, light microhabitats, tissue acidity changes, chlorophyll fluorescence and growth were investigated for the epiphytic bromeliad Tillandsia brachycaulos Schltdl. Most individuals occurred in sites between 20 and 60% of the height of...
- A Longer Story Than Expected: Seeds Of Several Species (Tillandsioideae) Remain Viable For Up To Two Years. Zotz, Gerhard // Journal of the Bromeliad Society;Mar-Jun2013, Vol. 63 Issue 1, p83
The article discusses a study on bromeliad seed to understand its distributional limits and predict possible consequences of global climate change in its germination. Mature seeds of Guzmania lingulata, Guzmania monostachia and Tillandsia fasciculata were collected from natural populations in...
- CIRCUNSCRIPCIÃ“N DE TILLANDSIA CHAETOPHYLLA MEZ Y DESCRIPCIÃ“N DE TILLANDSIA SESSEMOCINOI (BROMELIACEAE: TILLANDSIOIDEAE). López-Ferrari, Ana Rosa; Serna, Adolfo Espejo; De Caleya, Paloma Blanco Fernández // Acta Botanica Mexicana;2006, Issue 76, p77
The nomenclatural status of Tillandsia chaetophylla Mez is discussed and clarified, and a new species, Tillandsia sessemocinoi LÃ³pez-Ferrari, Espejo et P. Blanco, is described and illustrated. Data concerning the distribution and phenology of both taxa are provided.
- Errata: Forgotten Photographers. // Journal of the Bromeliad Society;Sep/Oct2005, Vol. 55 Issue 5, p217
Presents corrections to the article on Darkest Delights by Geoff Lawn and to the article by Lucia Hechavarria Schwesinger on Tillandsia canescens in the May/June 2005 issue of the "Journal of the Bromeliad Society."
- UNA NUEVA ESPECIE DE TILLANDSIA (BROMELIACEAE) DEL OCCIDENTE DE MÃ‰XICO. Espejo Serna, Adolfo; López-Ferrari, Ana Rosa // Acta Botanica Mexicana;2005, Issue 72, p53
Tillandsia macvaughii known from the states of Jalisco and MichoacÃ¡n, Mexico, is described and illustrated. The new species is compared with T. marabascoensis Ehlers et Lautner, T. maritima Matuda and T. rothii Rauh, species with similar characteristics. An identification key, and a...
- UNA NUEVA COMBINACIÃ“N Y NUEVOS REGISTROS EN LAS BROMELIACEAE DE EL SALVADOR. Morales, J. Francisco; Cerén, José G. // Darwiniana;dic2009, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p344
Anew combination, Werauhia montana is proposed and their relationships whit W. nephrolepis are discussed. Aechmea bromeliifolia, Pitcairnia maidifolia, and Tillandsia balbisiana are reported for first time in El Salvador.