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Anyone know Tillandsias well?

Discussion in 'Live Plants' started by Anoplogaster, Mar 27, 2018.

  1. Anoplogaster

    Anoplogaster Arachnodemon Active Member

    Figured T enthusiasts (like myself) are the same kinds of people who might be into Tillandsias as well. Not sure why I think this. But anyways....

    Anyone care to ID a few species I recently acquired?

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  2. Owenmurray

    Owenmurray Arachnopeon

    The two mounted together are tricky just because there are quite a few that look like that with very subtle differences, But I would feel comfortable calling them T. capitata. The last and curliest of the three photos is T. queroensis and the second photo looks like a young T. juncea.
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  3. Anoplogaster

    Anoplogaster Arachnodemon Active Member

    Thanks for this! I looked up some photos to confirm, and it looks spot on. If the second one is indeed a T. juncea, then I may need to remount it on something larger..... lol! All the photos of T. queroensis look a little less curly and fuzzy compared to mine. I soak that one occasionally..... would it still be dehydrated?
  4. Owenmurray

    Owenmurray Arachnopeon

    You've probably got some time before it becomes terribly dire! Those guys are way cool when they get tall. As for the queroensis I would guess it to also be a little bit younger of a plant. I don't have any of them of my own so I can't provide a very detailed routine for it's watering, but a little extra soaking (provided you allow them ample upside-down drying time) never hurt anyone! :)
  5. Anoplogaster

    Anoplogaster Arachnodemon Active Member

    Sounds good. It definitely looks like a hanging-type tilly. Like a larger verson of Spanish Moss. I actually like the curly look, so I hope that’s how it’s supposed to look in a healthy state:)

    Thanks for the replies.
  6. schmiggle

    schmiggle Arachnoprince Active Member

    Very impressive :) tillandsia identification is hard
  7. Owenmurray

    Owenmurray Arachnopeon

    Thank you, I appreciate it! :)
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