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Synonyms for Bromeliaceae

a family of tropical American plants of order Xyridales including several (as the pineapple) of economic importance

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Solo tres de las especies registradas en la zona se encuentran catalogadas en la lista de proteccion de la NOM-059-SEMARNAT-20 10 y pertenecen a las familias Bromeliaceae (Tillandsia carloshankii), Orchidaceae (Rhynchostele cervantesii) y Cactaceae (Mammillaria haageana).
Estudios sobre citogenetica en la familia Bromeliaceae son muy escasos, indicandose que tan solo se conoce informacion de aproximadamente el 12% de sus especies (Cotias et al.
Plants of Guzmania multiflora (Bromeliaceae) located at heights between one to three meters above the ground were collected in March 2012 to survey the aquatic and terrestrial fauna inhabiting within them.
variegata is an endemic Bromeliaceae, popularly known as "caroa," widely distributed in the northeast region of Brazil.
Studies on vascular epiphytes in Brazilian semideciduous forests are concentrated in the Southern and Southeastern regions of the country (Borgp, Silva, & Petean, 2002; Rogalski & Zanin, 2003; Giongp & Waechter, 2004; Cervi & Borgo, 2007; Dettke, Orfrini, & Milaneze-Gutierre, 2008; Menini Neto, Forzza, & Zappi, 2009; Bataghin, Barros, & Pires, 2010); the patterns found are similar and the Orchidaceae and Bromeliaceae families prevail, although they present richness and diversity lower than that of ombrophilous forest formations (Kersten, 2010).
vallegrandensis (Bromeliaceae), new subspecies and first record of the species for Argentina
Spanish moss, Tillandsia usneoides (L.) (Poales: Bromeliaceae), is an epiphytic plant that ranges from the coastal plain of the southeastern USA extending through Central America south to Argentina and Chile (Garth 1964).