Aechmea recurvata




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Aechmea recurvata (Klotzsch) L. B. Smith, Contr. Gray Herb. 98: 5. 1932.

Desc from S&D

Plant flowering 15-20 cm high.

Leaves many in a dense rosette, very variable from sun to shade, the inner ones 25-40 cm long;

Sheaths very large, sometimes longer than the blades, ovate, much broader than the blades and forming an ellipsoid pseudobulb, entire, tinged with blue, densely lepidote on both sides with minute appressed whitish scales;

Blades narrowly triangular, abruptly spreading or recurving from the junction with the sheaths, 1-2 cm wide, strongly channeled, thick, green, laxly serrate with curved spines 2 mm long, densely pale-lepidote beneath, nearly glabrous above.

Scape short, completely hidden by the leaf-sheaths.

Inflorescence simple, densely ellipsoid or obovoid, rather few-flowered, sparsely white-flocculose or glabrous.

Floral bracts ovate, acuminate, pungent, equaling or slightly exceeding the sepals, red; Flowers sessile, erect, 35-45 mm long.

Sepals slightly asymmetric, obtuse, 11-15 mm long with­out the 4 mm long terminal spine, connate more than 1/3, slightly carinate;

Petals erect, ligulate, obtuse, to 3 cm long, purple or rose, bearing 2 fimbriate scales at base;

Stamens included; pollen biporate;

Ovary ellipsoid, epigynous tube large; placentae subcentral; ovules acute.
Key to the Varieties of Aechmea recurvata


  1. Inflorescence completely exserted above the leaf -sheaths; floral bracts serrate .

var recurvata.

  1. Inflorescence almost or wholly included by the leaf-sheaths.

2. Leaves and bracts strongly serrate. var ortgiesii.

2. Leaves and bracts entire or nearly so. var benrathii.

2. Floral bracts white var. albobracteata
Aechmea recurvata var recurvata

Macrochordium recurvatum Klotzsch, Allg. Gartenzeit. 24: 393. 1856.

Ortgiesia tillandsioides β subexserta Regel, Ind. Sem. Hort. Petrop. for 1866: 194. 1867; Gartenf1ora 24: 188. 1875. Type. Petrograd Hortus s n (LE ?).

Hohenbergia legrelliana Baker in Saunders, Ref. Bot. 4: pl. 285. 1871. Type. Description and plate.

Billbergia legrelliana hortus ex Baker in Saunders, Ref. Bot. 4: sub pl. 285. 1871; nomen.

Ortgiesia palleolata Morren, Catal. for 1873: 12.1873; (! W. Robyns).

Billbergia legrelloe hortus ex Morren, Catal. for 1873: 12. 1873; (! W. Robyns).

Aechmea legrelliana (Baker) Baker, Jour. Bot. London 17: 236. 1879.

Portea legrelliana (Baker) Nicholson, Dict. Gard. 3: 202. 1886.

Ortgiesia legrelliana (Baker) Baker, Handb. Bromel. 19. 1889.

Aechmea ampullacea Mez, DC. Monogr. Phan. 9: 257. 1896. Type. Invernado de Loreto, Misiones, Argentina, Niederlein 230 (B, photo F 11306),28 Mar 1884.

Aechmea ampullacea var longifolia Hassler, Ann. Conserv. & Jard. Bot. Geneve 20: 293. 1919. Type. Rio Yhu, Paraguay, Hassler 9691 (G, photo US), Dec 1905.
Leaves and bracts strongly serrate.

Inflorescence completely exserted above the leaf-sheaths.

Floral bracts serrate.

Type.Blass Hortus s n (holotype B ? n v).

Distribution. Mostly epiphytic, near sea level to 700 m alt, southern Brazil, Para­guay, Uruguay, northeastern Argentina.
BRAZIL. Sellow bromel. 64 (P). Parana: Pirai, 27 Dec 1903, Dusen 3028 (R); Morretes, 1939, M. Kuhlmann s n (SP); Palmas, 19 Jan 1952, Reitz 4221 (HBR); Prudentopolis, Sep 1951, Frenzel s n (IBP); Serra da Uniao, Laranjeiras do Sui, 12 Oct 1962, Hatschbach 9397 (MBM, US); Santo Amaro, Lapa, 16 Mar 1967, Hatschbach 16171 (MBM, US). Santa Catarina: Fachinal, Biguacu, 18 Jan 1945, Reitz C-931 (HBR); Papanduva, Reitz 4752 (! Reitz); Itajai, 3 Nov 1948, Reitz s n (! Reitz); Marata, Porto Uniao, Reitz 4220 (HBR); Anita Garibaldi, 4 Sep 1963, Reitz & Klein 16240 (HBR, US). Rio Grande do Sui: Porto Alegre, 3 Oct 1892, Lindman s n (S); A-411 (S); 4 Oct 1945, Rambo s n (LIL); Cocurute, Rio Grande, 22 Nov 1892, Lindman A-749 (S); Serra dos Tapes, 12 Dec 1892, Lindman s n (S); Capella, Apr 1941, Eugenio 447 (NY); 2661 (GH); Sao Leopoldo, 21 Sep 1940, Eugenio 1893 (GH, HBR); Itapoan, 11 Oct 1950, Rambo s n (US). PARAGUAY. Upper Rio Parana; Fiebrig 5431 (GH, US). URUGUAY. Tacuarembo: Paso Querim, Jan 1941, Legrand 4207 (MVM); Valle Eden, 19 Feb 1947, Castellanos s n (LIL); Rincon de la Laguna, 19 Feb 1947, Osorio 89 (MVM). Cerro Largo: Acegua, Schroeder s n (MVM); Rio Negro, Palleros, Rosengurtt B­2382 (GH). ARGENTINA. Corrientes, Santo Tome: Gobernador Virasoro, 1 Dec 1970, Krapovickas et al 16829(US). Misiones: San Antonio: 12 May 1951, Cabrera, Corte & Gebhard 166(LP, US).
Aechmea recurvata var ortgiesii (Baker) Reitz, Anais. Herb. Barbosa Rodrigues 4: 29. 1952.

Ortgiesia tillandsioides Regel, Ind. Sem. Hort. Petrop. for 1866: 81. 1867. Type. Petrograd Hortus s n (LE ? n v); non Aechmea tillandsioides (Martius ex Schultes filius) Baker, 1879.

Tillandsia rosea Linden Hortus ex Regel, Ind. Sem. Hort. Petrop. for 1866: 81. 1887; nomen.

Aechmea ortgiesii Baker, Jour. Bot. London 17: 236. 1879; nomen novum.

Portea tillandsioides (Regel) Nicholson, Dict. Gard. 3: 202. 1886.
Leaves strongly serrate.

Inflorescence almost or wholly included by the leaf­ sheaths.

Floral bracts strongly serrate.

Type. Petrograd Hortus s n (LE ? n v).

Distribution. Epiphytic and sometimes terrestrial, from near sea level to 2000 m alt, southern Brazil.
BRAZIL. Cultivated, Glaziou 16448 (P); 16449 (P); 17287 (P). Parana: Curitiba, 27 Nov 1903, Dusen 2410 (R, S); Pinhaes, 12 Feb 1914, Dusen 14609 (S); Vila Velha, Ponta Grossa, 25 Aug 1939, Foster 404 (GH); Pedra Preta, 27 Aug 1939, M. Kuhlmann s n (GH); Santa Felicidade, Curitiba, Apr 1950, Hatschbach 1913 (MBM, US); Rio do Cedro, Guaraquecaba, 11 Apr 1968, Hatschbach 19012 (MBM, US). Santa Cata­rina: Blumenau, F. Muller s n (GH, leaves only); Campo dos Padres, 20 Dec 1948, Reitz 2593 (HBR, US); Bom Jardim da Serra, Jan 1950, Reitz 3282 (HBR, US); Papanduva, 14 Dec 1950, Reitz 3919 (HBR); Serra do Mirador, Taio, 16 Dec 1950, Reitz 3955 (HBR); 4751 (! Reitz); Cabecudas, Itajai, 5 Aug 1950, Reitz 3959 (HBR, US); Lauro Muller, Reitz & Klein 8799 (HBR, US). .

Aechmea recurvata var benrathii (Mez) Reitz, Anais Herb. Barbosa Rodrigues 4: 30. 1952.

? Aechmea rupestris F. Miller ex Ule, Ber. Deutsch. Bot. Ges. 17: 56. !899; nomen. Aechmea benrathii Mez, Repert. Sp. Nov. 16: 6. !9!9.


Leaves entire or nearly so.

Inflorescence almost or wholly included in the leaf­sheaths.

Floral bracts entire or nearly so.

Type. Benrath in Konigsberg Hortus s n (holotype, B; photo, F 11307), Brazil. Distribution. Saxicolous from near sea level to 50 m alt, Santa Catarina, Brazil.


BRAZIL. Santa Catarina: Blumenau, Apr !884, Schwacke 55 (R); Sombrio, Reitz C-1223 (HBR); Joinvile, Reitz s n (! Reitz); Praia Braba, Itajai, 3 Nov !948, Reitz 2295 (HBR, US); 6 Mar 1952, L. B. Smith & Reitz 6097 (US); Cabecudas, Itajai, 5 Aug !950, Reitz 3624 in part (HBR); 6 Mar 1952, L. B. Smith & Reitz 6082 (US); Brusque, 11 Apr 1950, Reitz 3503 (HBR); Jun !950, 3629 in part (HBR); Corupa, 12 Jun 1951, A. Seidel in Reitz 4041 (HBR).

Aechmea recurvata (K) L B Sm. var. albobracteata T Strehl, Divul. Mus. Cienc. Tecnol. – UBEA/PUCRS, Porto Alegre. N. 9, p. 25-32, dec. 2004
Type Brasil, Rio Grande do Sul, Cambara do Sul, Rincao dos Kroeff, em mata com Araucaria; 20. XII. 1989, T. Strehl 175 (Holotype HAS 36062).

A Aechmea recurvata var. recurvata cui affinis est, set in bracteis floralis exsanguis differt.


PLANT similar vegetatively to the plant of the Type species; LEAVES centrally coloured intense red at the time of flowering. INFLORESCENCE with scape not exceeding the leaves; green-yellowish, triangular, acute FLORAL BRACTS, quite scaled, margins serrulate, longer than the sepals; PETALS lilac with darker apex.
The name of this variety makes reference the white bracts of the inflorescence.
It inhabits forest areas with Araucarias, at 1000 m altitude; epiphytic, at times on the ground, blooms between March to July.
Aechmea recurvata var. albobracteata is distinguished from the other varieties by having white bracts, giving a beautiful contrast with the red central leaves and the lilac petals (vs. red bracts and rosy or lilac petals).

Detail from Reitz in Bromeliaceas 1983 p421-3.



Aechmea recurvata var recurvata

EPIFITO rizomatoso, florifero, 0,20m de altura. FOLHAS de 15-35, dispostas em roseta formando pequeno utriculo supelipsoide; BAINHA impressa no apice, integerrima, oval, grande (9cm de compr. ), 5cm de largura, em exemplares esciofilos menores que as laminas e em heliofilos maiores, escamada de ambos os lados, com estreitas estrias longitudinais, roxo-escuras, muitas vezes inteira­mente de cor roxo-escura; LAMINA estreita, acanalado-concava, coriacea, a das folhas exteriores recurvada, ponta delgada, comprida e pungente, espinhos fortes (2mm de compr. ), virados para cima.

INFLORESCENCIA 10-15-floral, indefinida, 15cm de compr., 5cm de larg., apenas emergindo da roseta foliar, ou completamente fora, central; ESCAPO 8mm de diam., glabro; FOLIOLOS em grande nu­mero, muito maiores que os entrenos, triangular-agudos, com espinhos nas margens e ponta pungente no apice, semiamplexicaule, verme­lho-alaranjados; RAQUE 4,5cm de compr., BRACTEAS florais maiores que os sepalos belamente vermelhas, de margens as vezes pouco e fracamente espinulosas, as vezes mais, triangular-ovalado-pontuadas, com ponta pungente, 3,7mm de compr., 1,3mm de larg., esparsa­mente escamadas. FLORES 41mm de compr., bem sesseis; SE­PALOS vermelhos, triangular agudos, 18mm de compr., 5mm de larg., concavos, furfuraceo-escamados para o apice, concrescidos na base por uns 5mm, depois livres, rijos, com ponta pungente, bem simetri­cos; PETALOS ligulado-obtusos, violaceos, com base branca, com 2 LIGULAS de bordos laciniados na base, 20-25mm de compr. ; ESTA­MES mais curtos que o estilete, os interpetileos bem livres, os epipetaleos concrescidos aos petalos ate a altura das ligulas e dali para cima livres, mas presos entre duas calosidades longitudinais; ESTILETE cilindrico; ESTIGMA trifido, espiraladamente contorcido; OVARIO glabro, subtriangular, 15-20mm de compr., 5mm de diam., estreitado para o apice, rosado, angulado; TUBO EPIGINO grande, infundibuliforme; PLACENTA afixa no ingulo interno dos loculos na parte subterminal; OVULOS sesseis, estreitados para a base, de apice obtuso, nao caudados.

BAGA enegrecida, globoso-oblonga, 17mm de compr. (sem os sepalos), 9mm de diam., envolta em uma membrana coriacea e polida, levemente trigona e convexa, com os sepalos persistentes, rijos, pun­gentes. SEMENTES numerosas, cuneiformes, castanhas, rugosas, 2mm de comprimento.


Dados fenologicos - Floresce nos meses de setembro a dezembro e janeiro; frutos em janeiro.

translated by Butcher

EPIPHYTE with rhizomes, flowering, height 0,20m.

LEAVES 15-35, disposed in rosette formed by a small sub-ellipsoid utriculum;

SHEATH impressed at the apex, entire, oval, large (9cm long ), 5cm wide, in examples in the shade smaller than the blade but larger when grown in the sun, scaled on both sides, with narrow longitudinal grooves, dark purple, mostly wholely dark purple;

BLADES narrow, grooved-concave, coriaceous, the external leaves recurved, top slender, long and pungent, spines strong (2mm long ), facing towards the tip

INFLORESCENCE 10-15-flowered, indefinite, 15cm long, 5cm wide, just emerging from the rosette leaves, or completely exceeding, central;

SCAPE 8mm diam., glabrous;

SCAPE BRACTS in large numbers, much longer than the internodes, triangular-acute, with thorns on the margins and pungent tip at the apex, semi-amplexicaule, red-orange;

RHACHIS 4,5cm long,

FLORAL BRACTS longer than the sepals, a beautiful red, margins with a few faintly spinulose, more often, triangular-oval-pointed with pungent tip, 3,7mm long, 1,3mm wide, with scattered scales.

FLOWERS 41mm long, clearly sessile;

SEPALS red, triangular acute, 18mm long, 5mm wide, concave, furfuraceous scaled towards the apex, connate at the base for about 5mm, later free, tough, with pungent tip, clearly symmetrical;

PETALS ligulate-obtuse, violaceous, with white base, with 2 LIGULES with laciniate edges in the base, 20-25mm long;

STAMENS much shorter than the style, interpetalous one free, the epipetalous ones connate with the petals to the height of the ligules and thence free, but pressed between two longitudinal callosities;

STYLE cylindrical; STIGMA trifid, contorted spiraled

OVARY glabrous, subtriangular, 15-20mm long, 5mm diam., narrowed at the apex, rose, angled; EPIGYNOUS TUBE large, infundibuliform; PLACENTA joined at the internal angle of the locules in the subterminal part; OVULES sessile, narrowed at the base, obtuse apex, not caudate.

BERRY blackened, globose-oblong, 17mm long (without the sepals), 9mm diam., wrapped up in a coriaceous and polished membrane, slightly trigonous and convex, with sepals persistent, tough, pungent. SEEDS numerous, cuneiformes, chestnut coloured, wrinkled, 2mm long.
Phenology: Flowers in the months of September to December and January; fruits in January.

Detail from Baker 1889


ORTGIESIA LEGRELLEANA Baker.

Hohenbergia Legrelliana Baker in Saund. ref. Bot. t. 285

Aechmea Legrelliana Baker in Journ. Bot. 1879, 236.

O. palleolata E. Morren, Cat. 1871, 2 (M.D.).

Leaves about 20 in a rosette, ensiform from an oblong base, 1-1½ ft. long, an inch broad at the middle, firm in texture, arcuate, acuminate, plain green on the channelled face, thinly lepidote on the back, with small deltoid spreading marginal spines. Peduncle central, ½ ft. long, its leaves like those of the rosette, but smaller. Inflor­escence a dense erect oblong spike 2-3 in. long; flower-bracts ascending, bright red, ovate or ovate -lanceolate, reaching to the

top of the calyx. Ovary glabrous, ½ in. long; calyx-limb ½ in. long, the lanceolate mucronate segments three times as long as the tube. Petals lingulate, reddish purple, ¼ in. longer than the calyx.

Hab. Uraguay, Gilbert 1414 ! Introduced into cultivation about 1856. Is in Herb. Reg. Berol. named by Klotzsch Macrochordion recurvatum. Described from plants that flowered with Mr. Wilson Saunders at Reigate about 1870, and Sir George Macleay at Pendell Court, in Feb., 1884.



From Mez 1935

Key

oo Inflorescentia simplex vel subsimplex.

* Scapus manifestus.

“ Placentae loculis apicifixae.

: Bracteae dorso densissime albo-lepidotae dealbata.

:: Bractea dorso tenuiter lepidotae fasciata.

“” Placentae loculis medio lineatim affixae recurvata.

** Scapus subnullus

“ Foliorum vaginae quam laminae multo longiores ampullacea.

“” Foliorum vaginae quam laminae breviores.

: Sepala apice (mucrone imposito) rotundata.

/ Foliorum vaginae triste violaceo-pictae Benrathii.

// Foliorum vaginae virides Ortgiesii.

92. Ae. recurvata (Klotzsch) L. B. Smith in Contrib. Gray Herb. XCVIII. (1932) 5.



Macrochordium recurvatum Klotzsch in Allg. Gartenz. XXIV. (1856) 393.

Hohenbergia Legrelliana Bak. in Saund. Ref. Bot. IV. (1871) t. 285.

Aechmea Legrelliana Bak. in Journ. Bot. n. s. VIII. (1879) 236.

Portea Legrelliana Benth. et Hook. fil. Gen. Pl. III (1883) 664; Nicholson, Dict. Gard. III (1887) 202-

Billbergia Legrelliana Hort. Ex Bak. in Saund. Ref. Bot., l. c.

Ortgiesia Legrelliana Bak. Bromel. (1889) 19.

Ortgiesia palleolata Morr. Cat. 1871 ,2.

Ortgiesia tillandsioides var. subexserta Regel in Gartenfl. XXIV. (1875) 188.
Folia pauca perdense utriculatim rosulata, vaginis inflatis, haud violascentibus; laminis quam vaginae longioribus, medio ad 14 mm latis, rigidis, e basi in apicem anguste linearem, rigidum angustalis, spinulis usque ad 2 mm longis remote armatis apicem versus inermibus, haud vittatis. Vaginae scapi brevis e foliorum utriculo haud exserti margine praesertim prope apicem serratae. Inflorescentia subpauci- vel pauciflora, simplex spicata, crasse ellipsoidea vel nonnunquam fere globosa, apice obtusa; bracteis florigeris ovatis acuminatimque peracutis, quam sepala paullo brevioribus, valde serratis. Flores sessiles, 35 mm longi; sepalis ad ¼ connatis, lineari-ellipticis, asymmetricis, validiuscule mucronatis, ad 17 mm longis. petala 25 mm longa, rubra, apice rotundata, basi ligulata. Filamenta ser. II. cum petalis ad 1/3 connata; antheris 5,5 mm longis. ovarium subglabrum, ad 10 mm longum; placentis interno loculorum angulo supra medium affixis; ovulis subobtusis,

Uruguay: in der umgebung von Tacuarembo (Gibert n. 1414), ohne standortsangabe (Aarechavaleta n. 1616, Sellow Bromel. Paris. n. 64). - In Kultur.


93. Ae. ampullacea Mez in DC. Monogr. Phaner. IX. (1896) 257; Hassl. Bromel. Parag.

Consp. (1919) 292.

Folia pauca quam maxime ampullatim rosulata, vaginis inflatis, haud violascentibus; laminis quam vaginae brevioribus, revolutis, super vaginam ad 20 mm latis, perrigidis, apicem validissime pungentem usque sensim angustatis, margine spinis usque ad 2 mm longis, subatris horridis, subtus dense lepidotis. Vaginae scapi brevissimi summae margine spinulis minutis serrulatae. Inflorescentia in foliorum centro nidulans dense quaquaverse spicata subglobosa, infra 10-flora, ad 60 mm longa et fere aequilata;

bracteis amplis, sepala superantibus, e basi late ovata triangulo-acutis, apice valide pungentibus. Flores sessiles, fructiferi petalis neglectis 38 mm longi; sepalis basi ad 4-5 mm connatis, 22-30 mm longis, lanceolatis, omnino symmetricis, apice in spinam longam

(3-3,5 mm) erectam desinentibus. Petala violacea, ovato-oblonga, 28-32 mm longa,

apice rotundata. Stamina petalis 5-6 mm breviora, 22 mm longa, libera. Placentae

interno loculorum angulo -medium inter et ¾ longit. affixae; ovulis multis, excaudatis.
Argentina: bei lnvernada de Loreto (Niederlein n. 230). Paraguay: Oberlauf des Parana (Fiebrig n. 5431).
var. longifolia Hassl. Bromel. Parag. Consp. (1919) 293.

Ampulla e vaginis formata ad 12 cm alta, 3 cm lata, foliorum lamina vaginis etiam internis longior; vaginae internae 10-11cm long. in laminam elongato-triangularem apice subfiliformem contractae; laminae basi ad 10 mm latae, ad 15-30 cm longae canaliculato-plicatae, apice inermi 3-7 cm longo excepto marginibus dense spinosis, spinis 0,5-1,5 cm longis basi sursum curvatis medio plus minus rectis distantioribus, apice sursum hamatis; laminae apex spina robusta conica coronatus.


Central-Paraguay: am Flusse Yhu (Hassler n. 9691). Argentina: Misiones, Bonpland (Van deVenne n. 1077), San Antonio (Molfino n. 1076).
94. Ae. Benrathii Mez in Fedde, Rep. XVI. (1919) 6.

? Ae. rupestris F. Mull. ined. ex Ule in Ber. Deutsch. Bot. Gesellsch. XVII. (1900) 56, nomen tantum.

Minima, florifera infra 0,15 m alta, foliorum vaginis triste atro-violascentibus ab omnibus affinibus primo intuitu diversa. Folia ad 25 utriculatim rosulata in patria formicarum nidulis intravaginalibus insignia; vaginis (interioribus fere laminarum longitudine) quam maxime concavis, utrinque colore intense tristeque atro-violascenti contiguo non nisi apicem versus in maculas saepius indistinctas vittiformes dissoluto insignibus; laminis supra vaginas a dorso impressis exterioribus totis intimis apice tantum recurvatis, e basi vix ultra 10 mm lata in apicem acutissimum nec pungentem sensim angustatis, infimis prope marginem haud insignius lineatis, supremis omnino inermibus exterioribus non nisi ad laminae basin spinulis perpaucis minutisque marginalibus praeditis, laete viridibus vel intimis pallide violaceis nec dorso albicantibus. Inflorescentia inter folia intima profunde nidulans, perpauci- (ad 4-) flora, scapo brevissimo (ad 30 mm longo), albo, vaginis paucis summis subinvolucrantibus integerrimis, albis apicem versus violascentibus praedito stipitata subcorymbosa, quam maxime abbreviate racemosa, axi in apicem sterilem distanter bracteas paucas steriles gerentem desinente. Flores bracteis teneris, apice violascentibus, integerrimis, e latissime ovato acutissimis suffulti, sessiles, ad 38 mm longi. Sepala dorso minute appresseque lepidotula, medium usque vel minute ultra connata, apicem versus violascentia et

hic late rotundata nec non in spinulam perconspicuam desinentia, plane symmetrica.

Petala tota erecta, ex ungue longo in laminam ellipticam, concavam, rotundatam dilatata,

rosea deflorata pallescentia, ad 15 mm longa. Stamina petalis 2 mm breviora, per anthesin

inclusa filamentis ser. II. fere apicem usque cum petalis connatis; antheris pallidis, 5 mm

longis. Ovarium ovoideum, apicem versus sensim attenuatum, subglabrum, ad 8 mm

longum; tubo epigyno vix breviore; stylo cum stigmatibus antheras minute superante.
Brasilien: Staat Sta. Catharina. (Lebend von Benrath dem Konigsberger Garten

ubersandt.)


95. Ae. Ortgiesii Bak. in Journ. Bot. n. ser. VIII. (1879) 236.

Ortgiesia tillandsioides Regel, Ind. sem. hort. Petrop. 1866, 81 et in Gartenfl. XVI. (1867) 193, t. 547.

Portea tillandsioides Nicholson, Dict. Gard. III. (1887) 202.

Tillandsia rosea Hort ex Regel, l. c.
Depressa, florifera vix ultra 0,15 m alta. Folia permulta quam maxime utriculatim rosulata vaginis secus marginem brunnescenter lineatis nec violascentibus, quam laminae

brevioribus; laminis peranguste linearibus, in apicem filiformem subpungentem persensim angustatis, margine spinulis usque ad 1,5 mm longis armatis, subtus lepidibus conspersis. Inflorescentia subpauci- vel submultiflora, scapo brevissimo in foliorum centro nidulans, simplex, abbreviate spicata corymbosa, obtusa; bracteis florigeris late ovatis peracutisque, pulchre roseis, pectinato-serratis, paullo-lepidotis. Flores sessiles, 35 mm longi; sepalis glabris, ultra 1/3 connatis, spinula terminali 2,5 mm longa neglecta ad 11 mm longis, asymmetricis, apice rotundatis. Petala rubra, ad 22 mm longa, apice rotundata, basi ligulata. Filamenta ser. II. cum petalis breviter connata; antheris ad 6 mm longis. Ovarium glabrum, ad 10mm longum; placentis interno loculorum angulo prope medium affixis, ovulis brevissime mucronulatim appendiculatis.


Brasilien: Staat Sao Paulo, bei Sao Paulo (Glaziou n. 16448, 16449), Campo da Bocaina (Glaziou n. 17287); Staat Sta. Catharina, bei Blumenau (F.Muller, Schimper); Brasilien, ohne Standortsangabe (Sellow n. 2879). -In Kultur.


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