Tillandsia usneoides


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Synonyms for Tillandsia usneoides

dense festoons of greenish-grey hairlike flexuous strands anchored to tree trunks and branches by sparse wiry roots

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Atmospheric bromeliads, including Tillandsia usneoides and Tillandsia cyanea, have roots that mainly provide anchorage to trees or other objects.
The ecology of Spanish moss (Tillandsia usneoides): its growth and distribution.
Las principales especies son Eriotheca ruizii (18,3%), Bursera graveolens, Erytrina smithiana, Caesalpinia paipai, Terminalia valverde, y Piscidia carthagenensis con 12,1 arboles/ha; Tillandsia usneoides y Tillandsia spp.
Tillandsia usneoides, germinating pollen after 5 hours at 28OC, scale in microns.
Draping Spanish moss (Tillandsia usneoides) and another epiphytic bromeliad, the rare Bailey's ball moss (Tillandsia baileyi), cling to cedar elm (Ulmus crassifolia) and Texas ebony.
r + Ep- Tillandsia fasciculata r r Tillandsia usneoides r 2 Other species: Cojoba arborea, Calycophyllum candidissimum, Thouinia sp., Piscidiapiscipula, Ficus suffucans, Eugenia sp, Casearia sylvestris var.
y frecuente Tillandsia fasciculata y Tillandsia usneoides L.
Festoons of "barba de palo" or Spanish moss (Tillandsia usneoides), and "Una de murcielago" or bat-claws (Macfadyena unguiscati) hung from the branches of the trees, while the Tina (Tillandsia recurvata) packed the electric wires.
Early observational studies suggested Seminole bats roosted primarily in Spanish moss (Tillandsia usneoides) and its distribution was believed to coincide with the range of this plant (Constantine, 1958; Barbour and Davis, 1969; Wilkins, 1987).
500 5 1 3 Tillandsia tovarensis Mez 61 4 1 3 Tillandsia tricholepis Baker 250 5 5 3 Tillandsia usneoides (L.) L.
The Seminole bat and the eastern pipistrelle have both been recorded seasonally using Spanish moss, Tillandsia usneoides, as roost sites (Menzel et al.