It is composed almost entirely of dead cane leaves, a little Spanish moss (tillandsia usneoides), and a few skeletonized leaves.
The moss (tillandsia usneoides) served to calk the rude vessel of the first French colonists, longing for home.
He next tore off several bundles of the tillandsia, and placed it over the spot thus wattled.
We spent half-an-hour in dragging the tillandsia from the trees, and collecting the soft leaves of the pawpaws.
The insects in the water which ought to nourish the Bromeliad (tillandsia) are really used by the Utricularia.
tillandsia, ti-land′zi-a, n. a genus of mainly epiphytic plants of the pine-apple family (Bromeliace).