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Akihiro Ito

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  1. All large tuberous were overhead and could not be observed well. The inside like a lattice is characteristic.
  2. Very far, ambiguous and sorry... But definitely think this species.
  3. I think M. tuberosa. Plobably ''pulvinata'' type. There are individual differences in spines development
  4. Hi Frank, Thank you. I have observed Lec. sinuosa, lomarioides, cerebica, balgooyi, darnaedii, spinosa in the field so far. The one with the fewest ants was darnaedii. This is Lec. spinosa but there is a video. I strongly recommend you see it. aDSCN0158.mp4
  5. The largest species of Lecanopteris. The leaf length is more than 80cm, and rhizome is more than 10cm wide.
  6. A record of the growth rate of Lecanopteris balgooyi in Sulawesi. I would like to continue observation if possible. 2019.05.07 2019.06.05 in Sulawesi.
  7. A record of the growth rate of Myrmecodia in Sulawesi. I would like to continue observation if possible. 2017.05.07 2019.06.05
  8. Tuber like ameba. It seems to grow into a shape that some balls have gathered. The branches are angular. Ant hole looks regular. DSC_0283.NEF DSC_0119.NEF
  9. Hello Derick, Thank you for the information. I think so, too. Watch a little more growth.
  10. Flower comparison. left: Myrmephytum arfakianum right: Myrmephytum sp. Mt. Arfak
  11. Not Myrmephytum arfakianum. But very similar. DSC_0223.NEF
  12. Hi Frank, I'm sorry for the delay in replying. Thank you for the information. Because of my poor English, I can not fully understand the meaning of research paper.. Your explanation really helped. Akihiro ito
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