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Specimen: K000321522
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Family: Bromeliaceae Type Status: isotype
Current Name: Puya pygmaea L.B.Sm. Phenology: flowers
Collector: Camp, W.H. Plant Parts: Leaves, Stem(s), Flowers/inflorescence, Root, Flowers/inflorescence (with inflorescence axis)
Collector no: 2236 Item: Sheet
Collection Date: 17/03/1945 Project: Monocot Types; Latin American Types
Country: Ecuador Habitat: in open páramo.
Location: In open páramo, Páramo de Tinajillas, 30-50 km. south of Cuenca, Azuay, Ecuador. Plant Description: Plants solitary. Usually scattered. Leaves shining above, pale-scurfy below. Inflorescence bracts reddish. Corolla pale greenish-blue. Small plants often originate in the axils of basal leaves. Only very rarely are two mature plants so close that they app
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Altitude: 3353.0-3505.0 m
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Scientific Name Determiner Determination Date Type of? Determination Notes
Puya pygmaea L.B.Sm.      ✔  
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Cite as: http://specimens.kew.org/herbarium/K000321522
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