Tillandsia festucoides Brongn. ex Mez (in A.C.P. de Candolle, Monogr. Phan. 9: 678. 1896.)
Localities: West Indies (native), Greater Antilles [Jamaica (native), Cuba (native), Cayman Island (native), Hispaniola (native)[ Dominican Republic,], Puerto Rico (native)[], ], North America (Mexico), Mexico (native), Central America (native),
Common Names: Piña de palo (Dominican Republic), Tinaja (Dominican Republic), Tinajita (Dominican Republic),
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