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25. Inflorescence of the Blue Puya, and Moths, Chili.

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Common inhabitants of the Cordilleras are two noble representatives of the Pine-Apple Order, the Bromeliaceae, namely Puya Whytei, Hook., the present, and P. chilensis (see 19). In situations the most favourable to their development they attain a hei

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Date: 19th January 2011

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