Please see Charle’s book ‘The Lost World of Venezuela And Its Vegetation’ for a detailed chapter on Neblina tepui.
Concerning the photos in this blog post Charles said the following, quote -
“Here some of the worms we had to cook and eat with tomato sauce when the helicopter was delayed for a week and we did not have food on top of Cerro de la Neblina, Mountain of the Mist. A view of the Base Camp, where I spent 4 years dealing with the expedition. Considered the largest biodiversity expedition in the world (1983-1987) and a group of the international scientists that accompanied me. The plant is the Neblinaria Celiae, named to remember his wife Celia Maguire by the great botanist Bassett Maguire, the first explorer of Cerro de la Neblina in 1954“ - Charles Brewer-Carías
Links below to Charle’s website and the page on my website about his work.