Andreas Wistuba Posted March 3, 2014 Report Share Posted March 3, 2014 The Tepuis of the Guyana Shield in the border region of Venezuela, Guyana and Brazil are famous for being one of the worlds most remote and fascinating landscapes. These sandstone plateaus are very poor in nutrients and thus the well known home of various carnivorous plants. But various Ant Plants are found there as well. One of them, Brocchinia acuminata is a Bromeliad that occurs on several Tepuis. Ants live in the bulbous "onion-shaped" structure that is formed by the leaf-bases: Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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