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jeff

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    ANT PLANTS
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    AMORPHOPHALLUS
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  1. Bonjour have you an idea on this problem? http://pinguicula.free.fr/rub2.png
  2. very nice specie ๐Ÿ˜ jeff
  3. excellent picture the stigma was at the same level as the anther ? on the tuberosa 'pulvinata' the anthers just above and touching the hairs in longistyle flowers stigma at the tube apex in brevistyle flowers stigma at the same level as the anthers stigma 5 or 6 lobed fruit pink
  4. 3 lobes , the taxon seems to have 5 or 6 ?
  5. Bonjour how do you water them ? jeff
  6. Bonjour may be some infos on the climat of this area ๐Ÿ˜‰
  7. Bonjour may be some infos on the climat of this area ๐Ÿ˜‰
  8. Bonjour have you tried this method of cultivation jeff
  9. beautiful work, a pity that we can not compare the various pollen of various genus ๐Ÿ˜‰
  10. Bonjour rarely cleistogamous and sometimes heterostylous . may be selfpollinate , pollinate by the ant although ants are ' piรฉtre'( in french I can not find the right word in English)pollinator , may be also by the wind or other critters where did you get your 'pulvinata' ? this label Myrmecodia cf pulvinata for my part is not correct, rather cf tuberosa 'pulvinata', pulvinata according to Huxley and JEBB is part of tuberosa, it is not a species apart ,or simply Myrmecodia sp ,when you are not sure of his determination
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