Andreas Wistuba Posted February 25, 2014 Report Share Posted February 25, 2014 Here are a few pictures of a nice Myrmephytum species from Antimona (Quezon, Luzon, Philippines). The species strongly resembles the plant that is nowadays grown as Myrmephytum beccarii. However in M. beccarii, at least in my hands, stems turn brownish very quickly and the caudex is brownish as well. In the Antimona-plants the stems do not turn brownish, and the sterile portion appears to be much longer. Recently I had my first flowers but unfortunately always missed to photograph them. However, in comparison to M. beccarii, they appeared to be very small. I hope to catch the next one to share a few pictures. Whole plant: Details: Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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