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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.

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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 curtisii
Antfern. The rhizomes are covered by a blue-green waxy layer. No 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.

€15.00*
Lecanopteris deparioides
Antfern. Lecanopteris deparioides rhizomes are covered by 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.

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

€30.00*
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Lecanopteris luzonensis
Antfern. Only the youngest portion is green, the older areas, though still alive turn brownish. 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.

€15.00*
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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*
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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 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.

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Lecanopteris mirabilis
Antfern. The only Lecanopteris without hollow rhizomes. The rhizomes form flat shell-like structures that cover tree-branches. Ants live under these shells. The leaves are very pretty due to their reddish veins. A very beautiful plant. Very interesting and rare in collections. Short supply!

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Lecanopteris sinuosa
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.

€10.00*
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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*
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Lecanopteris sinuosa (Wasior, Irian Jaya)
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*