I don't know if h/l (1-2k masl) N.ampullaria has made it over the pond yet, but if there are any in the U.S. that you know of or you have one, I will trade generously for one.
Does there exist highland N.ampullaria? If you know where to get it, please tell me, since ampullaria is one of my favorites.
If such a beast (1) exists and (2) has made it to the USA, I'd be willing to bring one with me to Canada. I love ampullaria as well. This would certainly be a worthy addition to anyone's collection, and I wouldn't mind distributing it.
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I've read somewere that there are Amps on the Cameron Highlands.
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I have a green amp that tolerates cool temps more than any other amp in my collection. It was given to me as 'Tayeve Giant', but don't think that's what it is. I have noticed its tolerance of cool weather though. It might have originated from a high altitude locale.