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Anyone able help me iD the plant?
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Anyone able ID the plant? Thanks...
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Have the ants move into the condominium?
Its Myrmecodia tuberosa.
Looks like it grows happily at your place
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Have the ants move into the condominium?
Its Myrmecodia tuberosa.
Looks like it grows happily at your place
There is no ant move in yet. Because I havent find a permanent place for both of them yet...

I like it very much!!!
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I like it very much tooo!!! Had been looking for it since my secondary school. Only found it last year.

Same with the staghorn. Glad to found it thru our bromeliad king here. Hehe
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I like it very much tooo!!! Had been looking for it since my secondary school. Only found it last year.

Same with the staghorn. Glad to found it thru our bromeliad king here. Hehe
If you still have any others ant plant/fern for sale. Please lets me know... interested to get more...
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