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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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Ecological and demographic trends and patterns of Metamasius callizona (Chevrolat), an invasive bromeliad-eating weevil, and Florida's native bromeliads. Master's Thesis.
Litter and debris accumulation should affect the growth of bromeliads, because during the decomposition process into the phytotelm, released nutrients are available to the plant (Benzing, 1990; Vance and Nadkarni, 1990).
The animal community associated with canopy bromeliads of the lowland Peruvian Amazon rainforest.
We can dream of getting out and becoming a force helping conserve bromeliads in their native habitats, but we have little money to do this.
Bromeliads are a type of plant known for growing on the bark of other plants rather than on soil.
The presence of scorpions in tank-type bromeliads has been widely reported (Lucas 1975; Richardson 1999; Santos et al.
Bromeliads are propagated by seeds both in nature and in commercial cultivation (Rauh, 1990; Landgraf and Paiva, 2009) but this process is very slow.
Flashy kaleidoscopic bromeliads and colourful palette Anthuriums are all the rage and enjoy similar conditions.