Phytotelmatocladius delarosai: ARGENTINA, Buenos Aires province, La Plata, ex Bromelia
balansae Mez at the Jardin Botanico y Arboretum, Facultad de Ciencias Agrarias y Forestales (FCAyF) (UNLP), S 34.
Positive correlations also can lack obvious explanation, such as that of the bromeliad Bromelia pinguin (Bromeliaceae) with Scaly-naped Pigeon, Prairie Warbler, and Ovenbird.
Fauna fitotelmata en las bromelias
Aechmea fendleri Andrey Hohenbergia stellata Schult del Parque Nacional San Esteban, Venezuela.
In the Serra do Japi, the only terrestrial bromeliad encountered was Bromelia
antiacantha; this species was the only one of all the bromeliads that did not form phytotelmata (i.
Gross & 12 3 2 1 Rauh Billbergia violacea Beer 700 3 1 1 Bromelia
balansae Mez 400 2 1 1 Bromelia
hieronymi Mez 250 2 1 1 Bromelia
A comunidade animal associada bromelia
tanque Neoregelia cruenta (R.
The understory is mainly composed of ferns (Acrosticum aureum) and "pinuela" Bromelia
plumieri (Rico-Gray 1990).
nudicaulis, and Bromelia
plumieri), eight species of Pitcairnioideae (Brocchinia micrantha, B.
Although spiders generally do not have a strong association with the plants on which they live, the jumping spider Psecas chapoda inhabits and breeds on Bromelia
Pereira & Leme, Nidularium antoineanum Wawra, as well as dense clumps of Bromelia
From the 3 plates of bromeliads in this work I chose Bromelia
commeliniana, a species named by de Vriese in 1844 after Caspar Commelin, a professor of botany in Amsterdam at the end of the 17th and beginning of the 18th century.
Hohenbergia, Dyckia, Orthophytum, Aechmeas, Bromelia
It contains a plate of Aechmea aquilega, by Reichenbach incorrectly labeled Bromelia
paniculigera Swartz (that one is a synonym now of Aechmea paniculigera).
Several other Bromelioidae genera are handled with notes and illustrations of Araeococcus, Ananas, Fosterella, Billbergia, Bromelia
, Canistrum, Cryptanthus, Hohenbergia, Orthophytum and others.
In the key to genera, and in the generic description for Bromelia
, the rosette of leaves is characterized as forming a tank, a condition not associated with the genus, and for a neophyte this would likely lead to identifying a Bromelia
specimen as Acanthostachys when using this key.