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jeff

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  1. they are plants that like a humid atmosphere, so pay attention to their watering neither too much (with the risk of rotting) nor not enough (with the risk of desiccation) the second seem to be a hydnophytum moseleyanum ( old name H.papuanum)
  2. your myrmecodia ( may be a beccarii) seem in good shape. it is a plant from garden center ?
  3. have you a picture? what are yours growing conditions ?
  4. excellent 🤩 for mine a S.imberbis ( but also all my rubiaceae) I use now tree fern root in plate. I put my plant on the plate which is horizontal, with a little living sphagnum moss around it, so that it takes root well, then I hang it on the edge of my terra. when the plate is dry I saturate it with rainwater for fertilizer I use NPK : 13-19-19 commonly and some times 25-5-5 (exceptionally) FRANK how old is your plant ? you had it initially with flowers and drupe?
  5. Bonjour spine seem to be a modified adventitious roots how in culture can we go from root to spine, having a drier atmosphere can be ? jeff
  6. Bonjour very nice report on the botanical garden of nancy 😍 jeff
  7. I have translate all the passages in french to english sheet 54-55-56-57 but we have also latin language on it 😉 jeff
  8. Bonjour have you an idea on this problem? http://pinguicula.free.fr/rub2.png
  9. 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
  10. 3 lobes , the taxon seems to have 5 or 6 ?
  11. Bonjour may be some infos on the climat of this area 😉
  12. Bonjour may be some infos on the climat of this area 😉
  13. Bonjour have you tried this method of cultivation jeff
  14. beautiful work, a pity that we can not compare the various pollen of various genus 😉
  15. Bonjour rarely cleistogamous and sometimes heterostylous . may be selfpollinate , pollinate by the ant although ants are ' piétre'( 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
  16. Bonjour shame no picture of this holotype of the basionym. jeff
  17. Bonjour see here a very good document on this genus squamellaria https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0151317 jeff
  18. DERRICK you just put the URL of a drawing, with the imperfections that entails, you do not have a picture of the flower
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