Derrick Posted October 21, 2015 Report Share Posted October 21, 2015 Due to the efforts of a very few persons that at some considerable expense travel to the habitats of certain new myrmecophytic (and zoophytic) species, there are some rare and deservedly somewhat costly opportunities to acquire authentic living specimens. My personal opinion is that such early opportunities should be taken up by botanical institutions such as Frankfurt Palmengarten, Kew, Leiden, and Nancy Botanical Gardens etc. Especially if they have the skills to market (advertise) their new acquisitions in order to attract more visitors and of course are able to eventually propagate and distribute their new taxa. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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