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Platycerium wandae
Staghorn fern species from Papua New Guinea. Platycerium wandae forms a mighty crown from the shield fronds and counts as the very largest Platycerium species, even growing about 30% larger than Platycerium superbum. The fertile fronds are similar to those of P. holttumii double-lobed and are said to bear spores especially early in the development of the plant. Special attention is also given to the frills around the shoot center.

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Platycerium madagascariense
A rare and sought-after species of the genus. In complete contrast to the mostly large representatives of the genus, Platycerium madagascariense remains very compact and small. It should be noted that P. madagascariense is found in the wet rainforests of Madagascar at 300-600 m, a moderate, humid climate should be suitable for cultivation. Ants have also already been found to inhabit the plants. The shield fronds of the species have very prominent, distinct veins, which adds to the aesthetics. The fertile fern fronds are forked and very broad.

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Platycerium ridley
One of the most exciting Staghorns of the genus Platycerium. The fertile fronds grow upwards and are very compact, looking like the antlers of deer, from which the German and English trivial name is derived.P. ridley does not form pups and is one of the few members of the genus that forms specialized spore caps rather than spore patches on the underside of fertile fronds like most other species.The shield fronds are rounded and show distinct, raised veins that give the plant a furrowed appearance.Even in the natural range of Malaysia and Indonesia, the species often grows on branches rather than just laterally on tree trunks, even litophytically.These characteristics provide great freedom in positioning when mounting Platycerium ridleyi.