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  • 66(1)6-19 Re-establishment of Sincoraea (Bromeliaceae) - Rafael Louzada and Maria Wanderley
  • 66(1)1-6 Aechmea paniculata a large, but not very well known, species from Amazonian Peru - Eric and Renate Gouda
  • 66(1)26-33. The use of epiphytic Bromeliads by Ateles geoffroyi Kuhl (Primates, Mammalia) in Chiapas, Mexico - Nayeli Gomez-Escamilla et al.
  • 66(1)41-45 Aechmea 'Snaakse Ding' - Lyn Wegner
  • 66(1)56-59 Spotting in Billbergia leaves - Alan Herndon
  • 66(1)7-10 Tillandsia usneoides 'Odin`s Genuina' - Maarten van der Meer
  • 66(2)1 A few Conference memories - Lyn Wegner
  • 66(2)2 The Search for Irish Bromeliads - Jay Thurrott
  • 66(2)3 Notes on the floral biology, seed morphology and post-seminal development of Vriesea minarum L.B.Sm., an endangered Bromeliaceae of Southeastern Brazil - Pàmela Lavor et al.
  • 66(2)4 A new species of Cipuropsis, and some remarks about this recently resurrected genu - Eric J. Gouda
  • 66(2)5 Spots in Neoregelia - Alan Herndon
  • 66(2)6 In Honour of Franz Georg Gruber (Part 1) In search of a very special bromeliad Goudaea ospinae var. gruberi Luther - Peter Tristram
  • 66(2)7 2018 World Bromeliad Conference - Scott Sandel
  • 66(3)4 My Pretoria Garden - Christo van Wijk
  • 66(3) Bromeliad Systematics - Stepping Back to move Forward - Gregory K. Brown
  • 67(2)107-118 Tillandsioideae Safari in Ecuador - 2 - José M. Manzanares
  • 67(2)120-124 Some observation on flowering behavior of Aechmea gamosepala in cultivation - Alan Herndon
  • 67(2)68-71 The year of the BSI WBC in San Diego at Paradise Point Resort ! - Nancy Groves
  • 67(2)72-83 Distribution Of Puya loca Near Bogota, Colombia - Adriana Pico-Villalobos
  • 67(2)84-91 Bromelia pinguin L. a valuable natural resource in - Carlos Arzaba-Villalba et al
  • 67(2)92-106 Notes from the 2017 Sunny Broms Conference - Peter Cook
  • 67(3)132-136 2018 World Bromeliad Conference in San Diego - Nancy Groves, Co-Chair WBC 2018
  • 67(3)137-156 Bromeliads - Texas Style - Steve Reynolds, WBC 2016 Conference Chair
  • 67(3)157-173 Tillandsioideae Safari in Ecuador - 3 - José M. Manzanares
  • 67(3)174-178 Getting the BSI Journal back up-to-date - Graeme Barclay, Assistant Editor
  • 67(3)179-184 Putting those Tillandsia roots to work - Jim Georgusis
  • 67(3)185-188 Notes on the Flowering Behavior of Orthophytum sucrei - Alan Herndon
  • 68(3) A New Species of Racinaea (Tillandsioideae - Bromeliaceae) from Ecuador - José Manzanares
  • 68(3) Notes on the Androlepis Alliance, a lineage of Bromelioideae - Ramirez et al.
  • 68(3) The Floridian Fasciculata - Dennis Cathcart
  • 68(3)105-168 World Bromeliad Conference 2018, San Diego - Part 1 - Juliana Raposo
  • 68(3)171-178 Notes and photos from the Bromeliad Society of New Zealand s annual Fiesta Show and Sale, 2018 - Graeme Barclay
  • 68(4)196-201 Pitcairnia orchidifolia a nice, small and easy species worth growing - Eric Gouda
  • 68(4)202-205 Guzmania bicolor L.B.Sm. vs. Guzmania gracilior (Andre) Mez - Eric Gouda
  • 68(4)206-224 South-West Colombia is open for Visitors - Bruce Dunstan
  • 68(4)230-235 Eric J. Gouda, 2018 Recipient of the BSI's Wally Berg - Theresa M. Bert, Geoff Lawn, and Lyn Wegner
  • 68(4)236-253 World Bromeliad Conference 2018, San Diego - Part 2 - Juliana Raposo
  • 69(1) First description of the nocturnal flowers of - Cascante M. et al.
  • 69(2b pp. 6) Guzmania bismarckii Rauh vs. Guzmania lindenii (Andre) Mez - Eric J. Gouda
  • 69(2c pp. 5) Airplant Aerialists on the High-Wire - Bruce Holst
  • 69(pp.10) Natural hybrids of Tillandsia argentina - Eric Gouda
  • 69(3)1-6 A study of Aechmea longicuspis versus Aechmea kuntzeana - Eric Gouda
  • 70(435)1-7 Some Notes on the Spectacular Guzmania testudinis - Eric Gouda

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