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<- Puya coerulea Lindley
(subgen. Puyopsis)

Publ: Bot. Reg. 26: pl. 11 (1840)

Type: Lambert, n v Since no type specimen is known to exist the type is essentially the original description and plate.

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Distribution: and ecology: Endemic to Chile; distributed from Region IV to Region IX (30°05’–36°38’S), between (20–)100 and 2200 m. Grows in stony, arid areas.

Phenology: Flowering from October to March. Vernacular names.—Chagual chico, Chagualillo, Pipolle. Puya coerulea

Puya coerulea