Parablechnum cordatum is widespread and highly variable. Some Bolivian plants like this one can become massive in size. Michael Nee took this photo of me when we were collecting in Amboro Park in 2003.
Collection Data (M. Sundue 806)
General Collection Data
- Date: 3-III-2003
- Primary Collector & #: M. Sundue 806
- Collection Party: M. Sundue & M. Nee
- Det. History: M. Sundue
- Habit: Terrestrial
- Specimen Locations: LPB, NY, UC, USZ
6 km (by air) N or Comarapa, along road to Cerro Bravo and Tinqui Laguna. Cloud forest, disturbed, with grazing, Podocarpus rusbyi, Prumniopitys exigua.