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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*
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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*
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Currently only 4 available
Anthorrhiza recurvispina (Rossel Island, PNG)
A lowlander growing hidden in dense forest. Very hard to spot. Forms huge plants in the wild!

€80.00*
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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Currently only 4 available
Hydnophytum puffii (sp. "Needle Leaf")
Fascinating species. Very narrow, needle-like leaves. Limited supply!

€15.00*
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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. (Doorman's Top - small leaves)
Very unusual Hyndnophytum with ball-shaped caudex and very small leaves. Offered for the first time commecially. Short supply.

€40.00*
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Myrmecodia beccarii
Succulent leaves. Very nice.

€15.00*
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*
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*
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Myrmecodia spec. passport (Baliem Valley, Irian Jaya)
Interesting highland species from the Baliem high valley.

€50.00*
Myrmephytum beccarii (seedlings from red fruit)
A very nice species! It has a dark brown caudex and brown stems that form a nice contrast to the light green leaves, blue flowers and red berries. Propagated through seeds. Only very few young plants available!An easy but slow grower under lowland conditions! I have plants that produce red fruit and other that produce orange fruit. I am not sure yet if all seedlings originating from red fruit again produce red fruit and sseedlings from orange fruit again produce orange fruit but I decided to offer them separately.

€20.00*
Myrmephytum longissimum (nomen nudum) (Nabire, Irian Jaya)
Extremely rare in culture. Offered for the first time in the trade. New introduction! An extremely interesting species. Lowland epiphyte. The leaves can reach a length of up to 50 cm. Some herbarium records bear the name Myrmedoma (=Myrmephytum) longissima, but it seems never to have been validly described and published.

€40.00*
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Currently only 1 available
Squamellaria huxleyana (Vanua Levu, Fiji)
The species Squamellaria huxleyana was described by Chormicki in 2016. It has so far only been documented in Vanua Levu in Fiji. Similar to S. major, long branches arise from the caudex at many points and bear leaves at the distal end. The caudex itself reaches sizes of 25-30 cm in diameter. The characteristic nubby entrances for ants are also distributed over the whole caudex surface. The plant with caudex and branches can reach a total size of up to 60 cm.

€150.00*
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Anthorrhiza chrysacantha (Mt. Kaindi, PNG)
This species is absolutely stunning. It forms huge plants that grow on isolated trees on top of Mt. Kaindi in Papua New Guinea. At first sight, plants appear to be very similar to Anthorrhiza caerulea but plants are much bigger, leaves are smaller and not undulated. In addition, plants of a. chrysacantha form several shoots per plant.In my opinion this species playes in one league with Myrmecodia lamii, Hydnphytum kajewskii and and Squamellaria major concerning the bizarre appearance!Only few plants are available. First come, first serve!

€250.00*
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Hyd. spec. Doormans Top 1000m elongated leaf
Very nice! Ball shaped caudex and elongated leathery leaves. New introduction!

€80.00*
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Hyd. spec. roundish caudex (Wondiwoi, Irian Jaya)
New!Nice and easy grower! Fairly big leaves.

€15.00*
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Hydnophytum (Squamellaria) kajewskii (Bugainville Island, PNG)
For the first time I have some nice seed grown plants available for sale.Tubers are ca. 3-5 cm in diameter. Very nice and healthy plants!Limited!Ant-plant specialist Matthew Jebb calls this "...the most elaborate tuber structure known, which must rank as one of the most elaborate and bizarre vegetative structures in the entire plant kingdom..." Unique!

€100.00*
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Hydnophytum caminiferum (Anggi Lakes, Irian Jaya)
One of the most extraordinary species. The terrestrial caudex forms chimney-shaped openings, the function of which is completely unclear.

€200.00*
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Hydnophytum cf. ramispinum (Doorman's Top)
Very unusual species from middle altitudes in the Doormanstop massif. The caudex is completely covered with spines. The leaves are relatively narrow.

€30.00*
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Hydnophytum dentrecastense (Normanby Island, PNG)
Very unusual species! The plants grow terrestrially. Often the caudex is completely hidden under the soil surface. Striking are the bluish leaves which are silvery iridescent in young plants.In culture the plants grow well in coarse peat substrate although they were found in nature on ultrabasic soils.

€100.00*
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Hydnophytum ferrugineum (Australia)
A relatively new species from Australia.

€30.00*
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Hydnophytum moseleyanum (Owers Corner, PNG)
A form of the widespread species from Papua New Guinea.

€15.00*
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Hydnophytum spec. (Harau Canyon, Sumatra)
Might be a member of the H. formicarum complex. Much rounder caudex than plants from the Philippines.

€10.00*