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Anthorrhiza bracteosa (Normanby, PNG)
Anthorrhiza bracteosa is found on Normanby island in the east of Papua new guinea. Anthorrhiza bracteosa grows at less exposed spots than the other species of Anthorrhiza (A. bracteosa) that's also found on the island. Limited supply!

€30.00*
Anthorrhiza recurvispina (?) (Missima Island, PNG)
A very nice lowland species. The plants from Missima differ considerably from the Rossel ones. Since Rossel is the type locality, I have some doubts whether both populations really represent the same species. Maybe, the Missima plants represent an undescribed species!

€50.00*
Hydnophytum (Squamellaria) guppyanum (Bugainville Island, PNG)
For the first time I have some beautiful plants grown from seed for sale.The tubers are about 2-3 cm in diameter. Hydnophytum guppyanum is the closest relative of Hydnophytum kajewskii. Both species are nowadays rather assigned to the genus Squamellaria due to phylogenetic studies.

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Hydnophytum formicarum (Vietnam)
Hydnophytum formicarum is a widespread species or represents a widespread complex of species. This is a collection from Kalimantan.

€20.00*
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Hydnophytum sp. (Pericles Pass, PNG - H. radicans/simplex group)
A very interesting species from Papua New Guinea. Striking is the strongly elongated caudex and a silvery glow on the leaves of younger plants.

€30.00*
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Hydnophytum spec. Malaybalay (Mindanao, Phiippines)
Nice dark green and glossy leaves. Slow grower.

€20.00*
Lecanopteris carnosa
Antfern. Lecanopteris carnosa rhizomes are not covered by scales or wax. Very interesting and rare in collections. With their strangely shaped hollow rhizomes they look very bizzare! Lecanopteris species are spread over Indonesia and Malaysia. They form hollow rhizomes that are inhabited by ants in the wild. In cultivation they easily grow without ants, however.

€20.00*
Lecanopteris celebica
Antfern. Only the youngest portion is green, the older areas, though still alive turn brownish. Very interesting and rare in collections. With their strangely shaped hollow rhizomes they look very bizzare! Lecanopteris species are spread over Indonesia and Malaysia. They form hollow rhizomes that are inhabited by ants in the wild. In cultivation they easily grow without ants,

€20.00*
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Lecanopteris crustacea
Antfern. Easy species. The rhizomes are densly covered by scales. Very interesting and rare in collections. With their strangely shaped hollow rhizomes they look very bizzare! Lecanopteris species are spread over Indonesia and Malaysia. They form hollow rhizomes that are inhabited by ants in the wild. In cultivation they easily grow without ants, however.

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Lecanopteris darnaedii
Super rare in cultivation. A fascinating highland species from Sulawesi.

€30.00*
Lecanopteris holttumii
Super rare in cultivation. A fascinating highland species from Sulawesi.

€30.00*
Lecanopteris lomarioides
Antfern. The rhizomes are densely covered by scales and form strange upright structures with age. Maybe the most showy of all Lecanopteris species. Very interesting and rare in collections. With their strangely shaped hollow rhizomes they look very bizzare! Lecanopteris species are spread over Indonesia and Malaysia. They form hollow rhizomes that are inhabited by ants in the wild. In cultivation they easily grow without ants, however.

€20.00*
Lecanopteris lomarioides (Modayag)
Antfern. The rhizomes are densely covered by scales and form strange upright structures with age. Maybe the most showy of all Lecanopteris species. Very interesting and rare in collections. With their strangely shaped hollow rhizomes they look very bizzare! Lecanopteris species are spread over Indonesia and Malaysia. They form hollow rhizomes that are inhabited by ants in the wild. In cultivation they easily grow without ants, however.

€30.00*
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Lecanopteris pumila
Antfern. The youngest portion of the rhizome is greenis, the older areas, though still alive turn brownish-green. Similar to L. celebica but much smaller and more gracile. Very interesting and rare in collections. With their strangely shaped hollow rhizomes they look very bizzare! Lecanopteris species are spread over Indonesia and Malaysia. They form hollow rhizomes that are inhabited by ants in the wild. In cultivation they easily grow without ants, however.

€10.00*
Lecanopteris sinuosa (Normanby, PNG)
Antfern. Easy species. The slender und almost unbranched rhizomes are densly covered by scales. Lecanopteris species are spread over Indonesia and Malaysia. They form hollow rhizomes that are inhabited by ants in the wild. In cultivation they easily grow without ants, however.

€20.00*
Myrmecodia cf. alata (Waigeo, Irian Jaya)
A beautiful lowland species from Waigeo (Irian jaya).

€20.00*
Myrmecodia spec. "Elongated" (Sulawesi)
Narrow quite elongated sausage-shaped caudex with numerous fine spines. Very unusual!

€30.00*
Myrmecodia spec. "Spiny, Pink Fruit"
Very interesting species. The caudex bears numerous undivided thorns. The pink coloured berries are striking. Unfortunately, the geographical origin of the species is unclear, because I got my mother plants without accurate information from a botanical collection.

€20.00*
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Myrmecodia spec. Baliem Valley, Salt spring (Irian Jaya)
Interesting highland species from the Baliem high valley. Original location is near a salt spring. The caudex is black. The spines are asymmetrically distributed.

€50.00*
Myrmecodia spec. Central Sulawesi
A beautiful and easy species from the Myrmecodia tuberosa complex.

€30.00*
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Myrmecodia spec. Kebar Valley (Irian Jaya)
The species originates from the Kebar high valley in Irian Jaya. The fruits are salmon colored. Very rare in cultivation and very beautiful!

€50.00*
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Myrmecodia spec. Mt. Nettoti, lowland, Kebar Valley (Irian Jaya)
A species of Myrmecodia from the foot of Mt. Nettoti (Kebar Valley) in Irian Jaya.

€30.00*
Myrmecodia spec. Siasiada (PNG)
A very beautiful lowland species from Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea. The leaves and leaf stalks indicate a relationship with Myrmecodia alata. However, this species has white flowers.

€30.00*