Tillandsia


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Tillandsia

 

a genus of plants of the family Bromeliaceae. There are about 400 species, inhabiting tropical and subtropical America. T. usneoides is known as Spanish moss.

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Tillandsia types which are green or darker in colour, often with wider, shorter leaves and less or no visible hairs or scales require lower light levels, and will grow happily with less air movement in a more humid environment.
de Tillandsia encontradas son tolerantes a la sequia, debido a su metabolismo del acido crasulaceo (CAM) (Dejean et al., 1995; Graham y Andrade, 2004; Reyes-Garcia et al., 2012; Chilpa-Galvan et al., 2013).
We found a relationship between leaf litter amount on Tillandsia turneri, which is the most abundant bromeliad in the study area, and bromeliad plant structure, measured through bromeliad leaf number, sheath length, and plant cover.
Invertebrate animals extracted from native Tillandsia (Bromeliales: Bromeliaceae) in Sarasota County, Florida.
Epiphytics are underrepresented, showing Tillandsia recurvata as constant and T.
Phantom Gold is my only winner in her colours at Royal Ascot, though - trained by Lord Huntingdon, she missed the Oaks and came to Ascot to beat Tillandsia, trained by David Loder and running in the colours of Sheikh Mohammed!
For example, please read the article on page 267 outlining the shocking destruction of Tillandsia xerographica plants by commercial operators in Guatemala.