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  1. Bonjour have you picture to their clypeoli and alveoli ? jeff
  2. Cost-benefit analysis of myrmecophily

    Bonjour Ashley (1971); Rickson(1979) ; Jansen (1974) and Huxley (1978) have worked on this subject , and found similarites with carnivorous plants. jeff
  3. Bonjour I am taker for 2-3 drupe see the PM JEFF
  4. Bonjour The two mine, adult and that have fruited abundantly, I lost them unfortunately. They began to lose all their foliage, then were invaded by a kind of moss that made them die. Also, I made a fatal mistake, I distributed seeds everywhere and I did not worry about me, if I could sometimes find one or two Drupe, it would be enchanting. jeff
  5. Bonjour ROBERT merci for this catalogue jeff
  6. Bonjour very interesting method to grow dischidia . the nursery in Mareebe have a web site ? jeff
  7. Myrmecodia tuberosa 'Bogor Gardens'

    Bonjour for Borneo island (borneo- sarawak ) species I think like FRANK . may be others morphologicals caracters to see : the clipeoli , the alveoli , the leaves midrib , and also if the clypeoli continue to the base of the stem . jeff
  8. Myrmecodia tuberosa 'Bogor Gardens'

    Bonjour very good sucess ROBERT jeff
  9. Sectioning Hydnophytines for Display

    Bonjour JAY merci for these infos. you have try just stem cutting , the leaves cutting do not start ? the rooted stem cutting give tuber ? jeff
  10. Sectioning Hydnophytines for Display

    Bonjour very interesting method JAY , and really the plant is sprouting new growths on the upper edge of the wound ? you use this method on a healthy plant or a damaged plant. I tried that too on a plant that began to rot, I had removed all the damaged part with a cutter blade until reaching the healthy part ,Then I sprouted with charcoal powder,Unfortunately the result had not been convincing. may be ventilation was not sufficient ? have you try leaf or stem cuttings ? jeff
  11. spore seedling

    Bonjour have you try , spore seedling on lecanopteris or solanopteris jeff
  12. spore seedling

    salut ANDREAS you try not directly on peat ? jeff
  13. cultivation

    may be some guy grow these plants in what condition ( watering-substrat- sunlight- fertilizer-etc) thanks for yours answers jeff
  14. cultivation

    Bonjour ROBERT yes I have a light problem , but I can not explain the head rot,And when I cut, the stem divides and stays healthy. jeff
  15. UVB Lighting

    WAOUH . very nice collection . jeff
  16. cultivation

    Bonjour For my part I had a lot of loss on juveniles, last year, head rot. The only way I have found to remedy it, for those who remain is to cut off the head. may be have you an others solutions ? jeff
  17. cultivation

    Bonjour FRANK what medium use you ? sphagnum ?dead or alive ? no peat? have you a lot of mortality in your juveniles ? jeff
  18. Bonjour Luzon ( present in polillo) , epiphytic in mangrove swamps mine come from Quezon jeff
  19. Bonjour it is nevertheless very interesting to know the gender of the plant from these fruits here on a female fruiting jeff
  20. Bonjour When the seeds have sprouted, you will be able to tell us which kinds are plants that come from, males or females? jeff
  21. Bonjour JAY great success jeff
  22. cochineal shell ( with fumagine) - snail sometimes some crystal on the leaves ( may be too fertilizer) often on the juvenil and the seedling , pythium jeff
  23. my problem

    Bonjour I have regularly problems with the cochineal shelled, do you have organic ( bio) means to eradicate ? jeff
  24. for M.beccarii on clypeoli it seem that spines sometimes present , scaterred. but wait and see afterwards just an other question , how many pyrene : 4 or 6(8) jeff
  25. Bonjour it is not a question but a answer for me a registered herbarium sheet is greater than a non-exhaustive list, but that's just my opinion. for IPNI see here : IMPORTANT: IPNI does not have information on what are currently accepted names and what are taxonomic (i.e. heterotypic) synonyms. Find this information in floras, monographs, checklists, revisions etc. amicalement jeff
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