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What kind of bromeliad is this?

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I got this bromeliad but I don't know the species. With all the seeds, I am thinking Tillandsia-would love to know what you guys think... Thanks!

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Really full garden

Its Werauhia sanguinolenta rubra.

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Thanks!

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