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    Myrmecodia species with pink fruit - ant plant (aerogrower $26)

    You are bidding on one "Myrmecodia species with pink fruit". The plant you receive will be slightly larger than the one pictured (shown in a 3" pot). The winner can contact me via PM with their shipping information. When you contact me, let me know if you would like me to include a 3" pot and sphagnum/perlite mix. Shipping is on me and bidding starts at $1. USA only.


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    It's most likely Myrmecodia beccarii, FYI.

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    Actually I spoke to someone who is kind of like an authority on this genera and according to them "No one has been able to identify it using the latest taxonomic revision of the genus by Huxley and Jebb in 1993."

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    Wow, I had no idea this was an epiphyte. That's kinda neat. Wonder what the odds are that you could grow it and have North American ants enter the symbiosis...

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