Derrick Posted December 8, 2015 Report Share Posted December 8, 2015 (edited) The plants from this location will be of particular interest to Aurelien. Many specimens were growing in the same trees as numerous M. platytyrea, Hydnophytum moseleyanum and even a few specimens of Lecanopteris sinuosa were present. Fruits were orange red so differ from the translucent ruby red of Cape York, Australian M. tuberosa and the tubers are also quite different. If they truly are one 'species' then surely they require a cultivators trinomial such as M. tuberosa "Siasiada Village." Edited November 3, 2017 by Derrick To avoid confusion with cultivar trinomials that start with capital letters.use Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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