Bromeliad Subfamily – Pitcairnioideae
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Pitcairnioideae (pit-cairn-ee-oy’dee-ee) has seventeen genera, which in turn subdivide into almost 900 species. The following list is the different kinds of genera that belong to the subfamily Pitcairnioideae, and links to their subdivided species!
- Abromeitiella – Consists of four species.
- Ayensua – One species exists.
- Brewcaria – Consists of two species.
- Brocchinia – Twenty-one species have so far been identified.
- Connellia – Five species are included.
- Cottendorfia – Only one species.
- Deuterocohnia – Approximately eight species discovered.
- Dyckia – There are about one-hundred species known.
- Encholirium – Twenty-two species discovered.
- Fosterella – Fifteen known species.
- Hechtia – This group consists of 48 species.
- Lindmania – 36 species.
- Navia – About 104 species make up this genus.
- Pepinia – Consisting of 60 species.
- Pitcairnia – This genus has approximately 260 species.
- Puya – Contains about 186 species.
- Steyerbromelia – Consists of three species.
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