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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 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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Hydnophytum spec. Jayapura (spiny caudex, succulent leaves)
A very interesting species with narrow succulent leaves and a strikingly round and spiny caudex.

€30.00*
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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.

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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.

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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*
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Hydnophytum spec. huge caudex (Doormans Top)
Absolutely spectacular!!!Offered for the first time ever.The caudex of this species can reach a length of 1,5 to 2 meters andeasily matches the body of a human hanging down from the trees in size and dimensions.Easily the biggest Hydnophytum I've ever seen!Leaves are round, almost circular and blueish.A new genus?

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Hydnophytum spec. Kranket, PNG
Probably a member of the widespread Hydnophytum moseleyanum complex.

€20.00*
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Hydnophytum spec. Malaybalay (Mindanao, Phiippines)
Nice dark green and glossy leaves. Slow grower.

€20.00*
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Hydnophytum spec. Malaysia, Peninsula
This is a beautiful small growing species. The plants form cushion-shaped caudices and dense small bushes. Highly recommended!

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Possibly new genus of Hydnophytinae - undescribed!
I believe, this is the elusive Hydnophytum mamberamoense or a related species. Unfortunately, the type specimen is quite incomplete, so I am a bit reluctant to call it H. mamberamoense.However having seen the species in the field, I am quite sure that this is neither a Hydnophytum, nor a Myrmecodia but rather belongs into a yet to be described new genus of Hydnophytinae!This strange species from the southern coast of Irian Jaya does not really fit into any of the other genuses of Hydnophytinae. At first sight, the caudex looks Myrmecodia-like but appears to be less organanized and very irregular. The inflorescence does not fit into Myrmecodia either. Very interesting!

€60.00*