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Sorry for the washed out pics. Took them in a hurry

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While I'm pretty sure I know what these are, you should know that guessing on bromeliad names is a no no. Too many look alike so unless you got a name, its not appropriate to give one.

I will tell you that the first two are N chlorostica hybrids of some sort. The last one is a N carcharodon hybrid of some sort.

The best thing to do is label them as Neoregelia hybrids.
 

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While I'm pretty sure I know what these are, you should know that guessing on bromeliad names is a no no. Too many look alike so unless you got a name, its not appropriate to give one.

I will tell you that the first two are N chlorostica hybrids of some sort. The last one is a N carcharodon hybrid of some sort.

The best thing to do is label them as Neoregelia hybrids.

I will dig out the tags when I get home :) and then hopefully you can confim what I was told they are.

I do remember the first one being labeled at "Chlorostica best choice" per the tag.
 

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The second one says " gold fever" neo

and the 3rd one says " hannibal lector"

Any good on those ones?
 

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When ever I want to double check an ID or see a pic when a catalog only lists a name, I go here: Bromeliad Photo Index - FCBS

I doesn't have every brom ever named, but it seems to have most of them.
 
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