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66(3) (PDF/A 846 KBytes) published online: May 13 2020
image 66(3).jpg is missing! Bromeliad Systematics - Stepping Back to move Forward
    Gregory K. Brown
The taxonomic framework and understanding of diversity and relationships within the Bromeliaceae is based on, and has been influenced by, the works and contributions from scores of individuals over at least the past 300 years. These individuals include explorer-collectors, horticulturists, hobbyists, naturalists, students, artists, professional botanists, and other scientists. When considering this spectrum of contributions, with special attention given to the many important ones (e.g., Linneaus, 1762; Baker 1889, Rauh, 1979; Benzing, 2000; Givinish et al., 2007), I consider three sets of contributions, Baker (1889), Mez (1896, 1935), and Smith & Downs (1974, 1977, 1979) to be monumental milestones for Bromeliaceae Systematics. ....

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