Tillandsia seleriana is an air plant species of the genus Tillandsia. This species was described by Carl Christian Mez in 1901. This plant is often confused by neophytes with Tillandsia caput-medusae and especially with Tillandsia ehlersiana but differs from the latter because Tillandsia seleriana is larger, less scaly, has less curved leaves and floral bracts clearly visible, presents a digitally inflorescence emerging clearly from the leaves and with ears that are separated from the axis.
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