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68(3) (PDF/A 709 KBytes) published online: July 09 2019
image 68(3).jpg is missing! A New Species of Racinaea (Tillandsioideae - Bromeliaceae) from Ecuador
    Josť Manzanares
Forestry engineer Nelson Jaramillo de Loja conducted his undergraduate researchon the emission of methane through bromeliad tanks at the San Francisco ResearchStation, Zamora Chinchipe, Ecuador. During the investigation he had the opportunityto study many bromeliads from the Scientific Station. When contacting me toidentify the species studied, I was struck by a species of Racinaea related to R. lutheriManzanares & Till and R. contorta (Mez) M.A.Spencer & L.B.Sm. After further study,the plant collected by Jaramillo, it turned out to be a new species that is presented andillustrated in the following article....

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