Rediscovering Dyckia excelsa (Bromeliaceae) in Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil: Taxonomy, Geographic Distribution, and Notes on Leaf Anatomy

@inproceedings{Paggi2015RediscoveringDE,
  title={Rediscovering Dyckia excelsa (Bromeliaceae) in Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil: Taxonomy, Geographic Distribution, and Notes on Leaf Anatomy},
  author={Gecele Matos Paggi and Rafael Louzada and Iria Hiromi Ishii and Adriana Takahasi and Rosani C. O. Arruda and Aline Pedroso Lorenz-Lemke},
  year={2015}
}
Abstract In this contribution the rediscovery of the bromeliad Dyckia excelsa in Mato Grosso do Sul state, central-western Brazil, is reported. This species was first described based on a single individual from a particular collection in 1993 with no precise locality. Illustrations and a brief discussion on the leaf anatomy of the species are provided. One additional species, Dyckia gracilis, which has been overlooked by previous authors, is included in the list of Bromeliaceae of Mato Grosso… 
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