Bromelia pinguin in the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN), U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service. Bromelia pinguin is a large, perennial bromeliad with spikey fronds that grow up to two metres long. It often grows in dense colonies. It is native. Descriptions and articles about the Pinguin, scientifically known as Bromelia pinguin in the Encyclopedia of Life. Includes Overview; Distribution; Life Hist.
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QR Codes are barcodes that can be bromelua by mobile phone smartphone cameras. Bromelia pinguin wild pineapple ; habit, in dry subtropical forest. The rosette produces yellow fruits, which mature by the end of the rainy season in November. It is also an alternative host to Pineapple mealybug wilt-associated virus 2 PMWaV-2which threatens broelia pineapple farming in Cuba.
We are currently updating this section. National Plant Data Center. In gardens of Hawaii. Geographic distribution of mealybug wilt disease of pineapple and genetic diversity of viruses infecting pineapple in Cuba. Including the Structural and Economic Classifications of Fibers. In Cuba, strategies to eradicate invasive plant species, including B. Phylogeny, adaptive radiation, and historical biogeography of Bromeliaceae inferred from ndhF sequence data.
Woodley and Janzen, ; Zuchowski, Beer Agallostachys pinguin L. This taxon has not yet been assessed. It is hardy to zone UK International Common Names English: It is also reported to occur in Sri Lanka Seneviratne, and the Philippines Dodge, ; this author regarded pihguin as a native species although no other native Bromeliaceae have been recorded from the Philippines.
If you have questions about a plant please use the Forum on this website as we do not have the resources to answer questions ourselves. Gives lots of plant uses as well as information on plant habit and habitat. Journal of the Bromeliad Society, 51 2: Characterization of soil ecosystems in Costa Rica using microbial community metrics. It prefers dry or moist soil. Espace pour la vie. Only comments or links that are felt to be directly relevant to a plant will be included.
A fibre obtained from the leaves has been used locally for cordage, ropes etc[ ]. In India, where is it introduced, B.
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Plants For A Future can not take any responsibility for any adverse effects from the use of plants. When several references are cited, they may give conflicting information on the status. This is a QR code short for Quick Response which gives fast-track access to our website pages. Chicago Natural History Museum, 24 1: Publisher Weinheim Year ISBN – Description An excellent and very comprehensive guide but it only gives very short descriptions of the uses without any details of how to utilize the plants.
The leaves of B. Beer Agallostachys pinguin L. The family is divided into three subfamilies: Agromyzidae mining leaves of Bromelia pinguin Bromeliaceae in a dry forest in Costa Rica. Edible fruits of Bromelia plumieri and Bromelia pinguin from Chiapas.
Physicochemical, nutritional and antibacterial characteristics of the fruit of Bromelia pinguin L.
It is reported to restrict access to land and inhibit grazing Francis, Contributions from the United States National Herbarium. More information about modern web browsers can be found at http: Year ISBN Description The second edition of an excellent guide to the edible uses of plants, though it does not give any details of cultivation etc. It is native to the Neotropical Region but has been introduced as an orname Journal of Heredity, 22, Scape stout, cm long, white floccose; sterile bracteoles subfoliaceous, the sheaths subinflated, the upper shorter.
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Plants growing in native habitat Photograph by: In Guatemala it occurs in lowlands up to metres above sea level Standley and Steyermark, Comments have to be approved before they are shown bromeliaa.
Cornell University Press, pp. A new species of Melanagromyza Diptera: It is also used to stabilize river banks near estuaries in Chiapas, Mexico Guess and Guess,