Frank Posted September 30, 2014 Report Share Posted September 30, 2014 I tipped out an overgrown 2-1/2 inch seedling pot of some Hydnophytum papuanum seedlings yesterday to transplant them into a larger pot. The seed can be traced back to an accession at the Atlanta Botanical Garden (ABG 2001-0054). The label in the pot at the ABG said "Hydnophytum papuanum, Wallis, Australia". I found one seedling with an abnormally elongated caudex. In the first photo it is the plant to the far right - the one that is slightly larger and more robust than the other seedlings. Although it is not visible in the photos the abnormal seedling did have the expected ant entry hole near the bottom of the elongated caudex. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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