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Diagnosis: Caudal fin concave in both sexes, lobe tips rounded with 2 or 3 short exserted rays, caudal concavity 7.
Leaves much thicker; sporangia borne on the underside (abaxial surface) or margins of leaflets, but not in an involucre with an exserted bristle; plants growing in soil or on various types of rock (basic or acidic).
Florets isomorphic, bisexual, corolla bilabiate, outer lip expanded; anthers reddish to cream-colored, exserted, apical appendages acute, tails papillose; style bifid, red, branches dorsally smooth.
This new species most resembles Guzmania dissitiflora from SW Colombia and NW Ecuador on account of its often rheophytic growth habit and barely exserted corolla but differs by its shorter floral bracts (19-26 vs.
Florets isomorphic, bisexual, corolla bilabiate; anthers commonly light purple, generally exserted, apical appendages acuminate, tails papillose; style deep purple, bifid, branches dorsally smooth.
Inflorescence erect, simple, ellipsoid to cylindric, 6u8 x 4u5 cm, 30 to 45-flowered; floral bracts broadly ovate, acute, 18u28 x 10u20 mm, tightly imbricate except for the spreading apex, thin coriaceous to chartaceous, very brittle when dried, slightly nerved, sparsely appressed-lepidote, bright golden yellow; flowers erect, subsessile, mostly concealed by the floral bracts, spreading at ca 30[degrees] from the axis at anthesis; sepals elliptic, acute, 17u18 mm long, thin coriaceous, nearly even, the adaxial pair carinate and connate for 4u5 mm, yellow green; corolla erect, exserted beyond the floral bract at anthesis; petals cucculate, lingulate, obtuse, 24-25 mm long, yellow tipped white or pale yellow-green.
Florets isomorphic, bisexual, corolla bilabiate, glabrous; anthers tan to brown, often white at the apex, exserted, apical appendages acuminate, tails slightly papillose, connate with the tails of adjacent stamens; style bifid, branches dorsally smooth.
Florets bisexual, corollas actinomorphic, tubular-funnelform to sub-campanulate, deeply five-lobed, exceptionally bilabiate; anthers mostly exserted, apical appendages acuminate, tails long, smooth to papillose, free to those of adjacent anthers often connate; style cleft into two short, bilobed branches, the branches erect, apically rounded, dorsally rugulose to papillose with the branch apex often smooth and the papillae extending beyond the bifurcation point onto the shaft, occasionally styles bifid, branches recurved and dorsally smooth.
120 in number, 25 mm long, spirally arranged, suberect to erect; sepals lanceolate, mucronate, pink, darker at the apex, densely white lepidote outside, 14 mm long, 5 mm wide; petals spathulate, white at the base, very dark purple in the exserted portion, 20 mm long, 9 mm wide, twisted together after anthesis; stamens included, to 13 mm long; filaments white; anthers 3 mm long, fixed above the middle, dark purple; pollen yellow.
Florets isomorphic, bisexual, corolla actinomorphic, tubular-campanulate, deeply five-lobed, lobes coiled; anthers exserted, apical appendages short-acuminate, tails smooth, free to often connate with the tails of adjacent stamens; style bilobed, dorsally papillose much below the bifurcation point.
Flowers with a slender 8-15 mm pedicel, opening during the day; sepals narrowly elliptic, acute, 22-30 mm long connate 10-12 mm, coriaceous, nerved, sparsely punctate-lepidote, yellow to yellow-green; corolla erect, tubular, spreading only slightly at the apex, only barely exserted from the calyx; petals ligulate, acute, 25-30 mm long, agglutinated for ca.
erlenbachiana, also by its much larger size, rigid leaves with a higher spine density, larger flowers and exserted stamens.
Stamens (2-)5-10(-16), free from the corolla or adnate, sometimes connate, included or exserted, the filaments straight to variously curved, unicellular-pubescent or glabrous; anthers tetrasporangiate or bisporangiate, inverting (late, or more commonly early) in development, with 2 or 4 apparently terminal or dorsal appendages (awns, spurs) or these sometimes on the filaments, opening by pores or short to long slits, sometimes through narrowed tubules, an endothecium usually lacking.