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Ant Plants (Rubiaceae)

Ant Plants (Rubiaceae)

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Ant plants (Rubiaceae)

Anthorrhiza chrysacantha

Huge plant.

I consider my Ant Plant offers as a "hobby project" at this time. I have a big and growing collection and try to spread offspring of my collection plants when available. Many species are not propagated actively and others are only offered from time to time, when some seedlings become available. Due to space restrictions I cannot propagate all species I grow and rather try to rotate a little. So, every year species will disappear from my pricelist and others will come.

Please do not expect all species to be available permanently. In some cases, I just offer 2-3 seedlings! So, if you are interested in a particular species, you better get it as long as it's available :-)

First come, first serve!

Anthorrhiza A small genus that is restricted to the eastern part of Papua New Guinea. The geus is related ty Myrmecodia, Hydnophytum and Myrmephytum. In fact some species resemble species of either one of these g ...

Myrmecodia A genus of epiphytic ant plants. They occur in Southeast Asia and and Australia. Myrmecodia plants often grow as epiphytes but some, such as M. lamii grow as litophytes or terrestric. Plants develo...

Hydnophytum A genus of epiphytic ant plants. They occur in Southeast Asiaand Australia. Many, but not all grow as eipphytes. Most are antplants. The caudex that is developed from the seedling's hypocotyl forms...

Myrmephytum A small genus related to both, Myrmecodia and Hydnophytum. Very nice plants. Most species are notable for their blue flowers!

Squamellaria A small genus of epiphytic ant plants. Originally they were considered to be endemic to Fiji. These "original" Squamellarias are among the most bizarre of all Hydnophytinae. Today more species that...

Possibly new genus! This strange species 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 inf ...

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