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David, while doing some searching, I think your plant is M.cimex found (so far)
only in Colombia.
The flowers look similar but not identical, the...
I dont know if a slug would help it to get pollinated :), but certainly it mimics some insect , maybe a fly ?
Yes ! As I suspected, there is great variation.
I also wonder if we are dealing with different species.
Another Puerto-Rican endemic! Great to see!
Have seen it and photographed it in its habitat, I wonder if any of it is left after the hurricanes.
Post a picture of the flower when it does David; I'm curious if there is much variation.
An easy to grow plant with bizarre flowers , and that's why I like it!
The flower reminds me of those toy monkeys playing the cymbals ![ATTACH]...
Wow! Have not seen this species before! Pristine looking flowers and a very unusual growth habit! Best of both worlds!
An easy species for me.
I have the other form also ,[ATTACH] with flat roundish leaves, but the flowers of both are identical.
Kew insists they...
have not seen it in cultivation yet.
Not often seen!
All Mexican, no?
A wonderful species, uncommon in cultivation!
the "bark-loving pelican head". Got to love these names !
Wow! A Puerto Rican endemic!