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Bonjour

do you grow these genus : rubiaceae ( myrmecodia-myrmephytum-squamellaria-hydnophytum-anthorrhiza)- asclepiadaceae( dischidia)-pteridophyte(lecanopteris-solanopteris) ?

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Bonjour

thank for your answer

these M.beccarii   are  the species with spines on the caudex or without ?

have you seen others ant plant in your country ?

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The M. beccarii I found had spines on the caudex which apparently is unusual for the region they were in. I never did an extensive search through the area so don't know whether those were just a small isolated group.

I have found Dischidia in Papua New Guinea which were ant plants. In Australia I've only found Dischidia nummularia which wouldn't be an ant plant.

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:wub:

merci for this picture .

in australia   you have also 2 or 3 hydnophytum  , an other beccarii without spines , more myrmecodia

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