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Morning's Motmot

Peter Dexter

Well-known member
Colombian endemic with bromeliad. Appears to have been mucking about.


Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief

A great natural catch!

This is so pretty. It reminds me of catching a kid with food around their mouth and they act “innocent”, as if they haven’t just raided the refrigerator!

So the small plants are called bromeliad “pups”, is that right? How do they get to the ground?


Peter Dexter

Well-known member
Bromeliads come in all different sizes. These are adult. They don't reach the ground, they're epiphytic as are most with the exception of pineapple..