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Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by William, Nov 22, 2019.
Have this growing in my yard m. It’s some kind of small Schomburgkia.
Hi William, welcome to the forum.
The plant is one of the Myrmecophila (syn. Schomburgkia). Possibly M. tibicinis.
EDIT: Just noticed you said "small". Probably not tibicinis.
That would be my kind of garden!
The colour scheme suggests Myrmecophila brysiana, but that one is not exactly a small plant.
The lip suggest tibicinis, but to me it looks like a color variant of Myr. exaltata. Some taxonomists think tibicinis and exaltata are the same thing.