DischidiaGuy Posted February 25, 2014 Report Share Posted February 25, 2014 This montane species is one of the handful of shell leaved species in the genus. Notable for the bullate foliage and the bright pinkish red color when grown in high light. This species really appreciates cooler temps and does/looks best grown cool but can tolerate lowland temps but it will not look as nice. The flowers are notable for their onion shape and bright blue and red corollas. The first photo shows also a red form of Dischidia hirsuta (which to my knowledge is not a myrecophyte I just thought it would look nice on the mount). Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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