DOS NUEVAS ESPECIES DE HECHTIA (BROMELIACEAE) DE MÃ‰XICO
- HECHTIA MAPIMIANA (BROMELIACEAE; HECHTIOIDEAE), UNA NUEVA ESPECIE DEL ESTADO DE DURANGO, MÃ‰XICO. LÓPEZ-FERRARI, ANA ROSA; ESPEJO-SERNA, ADOLFO // Acta Botanica Mexicana;2013, Issue 102, p89
Hechtia mapimiana a new endemic species from CaÃ±Ã³n de FernÃ¡ndez, sierra de MapimÃ, in the state of Durango, Mexico, is described and illustrated. The new taxon is compared with H. zamudioi, species with similar vegetative and floral characteristics.
- Going Native. DENTON, ILENE // Sarasota Magazine;Dec2014, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p82
The article focuses on the native plants that can be found in the coastal garden of couple Tan Hillman and Hal Hillman on tiny Cedar Cove in South Sarasota, Florida, including resurrection ferns, green and red bromeliads and calladium.
- A Beautiful New Species of Lindmania, Bromeliaceae. Holst, Bruce K.; Arroyo, Yuribia Vivas // Journal of the Bromeliad Society;Mar/Apr2009, Vol. 59 Issue 2, p66
The article provides information on the various species of Lindmania vinotincta. The genus Lindmania is made up of about 40 species which are entirely found on the upland and highland regions of the Guyana Shield. Lindmania vinotincta was discovered in Sierra de Lema in central-eastern...
- 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."
- A new Vriesea species from Serra do CipÃ³ National Park, Minas Gerais, Brazil. Ribeiro, Otávio B. C.; De Paula, Cláudio Coelho; Guarçoni, Elidio E. // Journal of the Bromeliad Society;Jan/Feb2009, Vol. 59 Issue 1, p7
The article presents information on a new species of Vriesea bromeliad from Serra do CipÃ³ national Park in Minas Gerais State, Brazil. Vriesea cipoensis is said to be morphologically related to Vriesea minor but with differences in the flowering plant and the leaf blades. It was reportedly...
- A New Aechmea from Eastern Ecuador. Luther, Harry E.; Norton, Karen F. // Journal of the Bromeliad Society;Jul/Aug2009, Vol. 59 Issue 4, p149
The article looks at Aechmea gentryi, a new kind of Aechmea discovered from Eastern Ecuador. As a flower, it is measured within 40 to 70 centimeters tall, and spreads through stout solons, while its leaves grow within 50 to 65 centimeters long. This plant is related to a common species of...
- Aechmea bauxilumii (Bromeliaceae), A New Species from Los Pijiguaos, Venezuelan Guyana. Fernández, Ángel // Journal of the Bromeliad Society;Jul/Aug2009, Vol. 59 Issue 4, p170
The description and illustrations of a new species of Aechmea Ruiz & Pav. from Los Pijiguaos area, state of BolÃvar, Venezuela, is submitted. Aechmea bauxilumii is related to A. castelnavii Baker, but it differs in its terrestrial habit, non bulb-shaped leaf base, greater number of scape...
- Two New Giant Bromelioids from the Atlantic Forest of EspÃrito Santo, Brazil. Leme, Elton M. C.; Kollman, Ludovic J. C. // Journal of the Bromeliad Society;Mar/Apr2009, Vol. 59 Issue 2, p55
The article reports that two new giant bromelioids species were discovered in 2008 at the Atlantic Forest in EspÃrito Santo State, Brazil. These are the species of Aechmea (A.) subgenus chevaliera and the typical hohenbergia. The plants were named aechmea aguadocensis and hohenbergia...
- Alcantarea mucilaginosa, a new species from EspÃrito Santo, Brazil. Leme, Elton M. C. // Journal of the Bromeliad Society;Jan/Feb2009, Vol. 59 Issue 1, p12
The article presents information on Alcantarea mucilaginosa, a new bromeliad species from EspÃrito Santo, Brazil. Its name was derived from a large quantity of mugilagenous, translucent material at the base of the flowers which are said to hang on wet days but dry out on sunny day. Its leaves...