Monographs Details: Paepalanthus tatei Moldenke
Authority: Maguire, Bassett, et al. 1953. The Botany of the Guayana Highland. Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 8 (2): 87-160.
Family:Eriocaulaceae
Description:Distribution and Ecology - Frequent in bogs about pool, Camp Savanna, 4500 feet alt., Cerro Sipapo (Paraque), Vaguire & Politi 27702; frequent in moist sandy banks among rocks, Danta Falls, Rio Cuao, Rio Orinoco, Maguire & Politi 27343; among rocks in open stream bed, Culebra Creek, 1300 m. alt., Cerro Duida, Rio Cunucunuma, Maguire, Cowan & Wurdack 29631. The species is also known from Cerro Guanay, Cerro Sipapo, and Cerro Yavi, as well as from Auyan-tepui in Bolivar, from the state of Lara, and from the Sierra de la Macarena in Colombia.

Distribution:Venezuela South America|