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×Neophytum BROMELIACEAE

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Abstract

The nothogenus is presented in short form, including bibliographical citation, synonymy, parent genera, and etymology.

×Neophytum M. B. Foster (Bromeliad Soc. Bull. 8: 73, 1958). — Distr: Cultivated only.

= Neoregelia × Orthophytum. Smith & Downs (1979: 2064) mention the hybrid N. bahiana × O. navioides (now classified as Sincoraea), for which the formal name × Neophytum lymanii M. B. Foster was published in 1964 (illustrated by Roguenant & al. (2016: 587)). Many more cultivars are offered in the horticultural trade, many of them producing rosettes with numerous gracefully ascending to arching leaves that turn red in strong light.

References

  1. Roguenant, A. [& al. 2016], Lecoufle, M. & Raynal-Roques, A. (2016) Les Broméliacées. Approche panoramique d’une grand famille “américaine”. Paris (FR): Belin.Google Scholar
  2. Smith, L. B. & Downs, R. J. (1979) Flora Neotropica. Monograph No. 14 [Bromeliaceae]. Part 3: Bromelioideae. New York (US): Hafner Press & New York Botanical Garden. http://www.jstor.org/stable/i399940Google Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Sukkulenten-Sammlung ZürichGrün Stadt ZürichZürichSwitzerland

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