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Old 3rd July 2008, 11:47 AM
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Thread Started on 11 Oct, 2007, 9:18 Friends, here several Lycopodiums in my collection with their local name to share with you. Enjoy them!

Lycopodium nummularifolium aka Sisik Naga

Lycopodium dalhousianum aka Ekor Kuda

Lycopodium squarrosum aka Ekor Kucing

Lycopodium carinatum aka Tali kasut

Lycopodium phlegmaria aka Rambut puteri

Psilotum complantum aka Janggut sotong

Helminthostachy zelaynica aka Paku Tunjuk Langit
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Reply #1 on 15 Oct, 2007, 22:26 Khairim, are lycopodiums sensitive to temperature/humidity fluctuations? I have never tried one before, and I thought of getting one but since you grow them (and perhaps other forum members as well?) I might as well find out first. I had bad experiences growing something that needs high humidity and good ventilation because my area hardly provides either one Link to Post - Back to Top Loggedsweethalo
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Reply #2 on 16 Oct, 2007, 0:40 Hey funkychips... I grow some lycopods too... and they seem quite easy going for me so far. Just keep them wet and damp... I think they like fertilisation too... Link to Post - Back to Top Loggedkhairimhd
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Reply #3 on 22 Oct, 2007, 10:28 To funkychips

Lyco is easy to grow BUT difficult to propogate.

Here the tips for you.


In jungle, they are epiphyte. But when you grow in your garden, the best method for me is by using plastic pot. Why? Its will maintain the damp condition longer than clay pot.

Media : I used 100% moss - its enough if you just using the low class moss. Why? Again. its will maintain the damp condition longer than other media.

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Reply #4 on 22 Oct, 2007, 10:29 Light : 50% shade is the best for lycos. Link to Post - Back to Top Loggedhttp://tangansejuk.blogspot.com/khairimhd
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Reply #5 on 25 Oct, 2007, 11:18 Another pot of Lycopodium dalhousianum

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Reply #6 on 25 Oct, 2007, 12:58 Yr Sisik naga looks fabulous. mine always has dried spots. i guess it helps to keep them under trees outside to enjoy the rain yah ? pity my garden space is limited.

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Reply #7 on 25 Oct, 2007, 14:52 Ya lor..always keep it damp. but you can hang this species high up your holtumii's tree. Link to Post - Back to Top Loggedhttp://tangansejuk.blogspot.com/isaacgoh
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Reply #8 on 31 Oct, 2007, 17:19 Just curious, where can I get these lycopodium locally? especially sisik naga, are these expensive?

Maybe I'll try foong's place in menglembu.
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Reply #9 on 5 Nov, 2007, 11:14 The 'sisik naga', if you lucky can get it from the 'orang asli' when travelling from gambang to Muadzam Shah, Pahang. I got mine from the stalls. Link to Post - Back to Top Loggedhttp://tangansejuk.blogspot.com/isaacgoh
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Reply #10 on 5 Nov, 2007, 12:08 Ok guys, got the tips. Will lookout for them(stalls) next time I go up Cameron Highlands.
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i got three species. tali kasut ekor kucing and rambut puteri. but some of them i can see them in penang. i think they are getting them from orang asli. but can i know where can i find paku tunjuk langit?? anyone?
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Used to have those Paku Tunjuk Langit at my fathers' orchard... Long long time ago (but not that long... I'm not THAT old, duh!) I think in rubber plantations in Kampungs u can still find them...
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Looking great Kharimhd! Looks like you have e-x-p-a-n-d-e-d!
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Looking great Kharimhd! Looks like you have e-x-p-a-n-d-e-d!

Hi Shawn

Inspired from your photos....so I moved all the plants to my mother's home.....and of course with the bigger area than my home.
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They look great and I imagine the shade cloth will really help keep them in fine form!
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can anyone here share how to plant tunjuk langit please?big thanks
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