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Myrmecodia platytyrea Becc.
Myrmecodia platytyrea subsp. antoinii (Becc.) C.R.Huxley & Jebb

An Ant Plant from northern Cape York Peninsula. The plants have distinctive ridges and grow with Myrmecodia tuberosa



Myrmecodia
platytyrea subsp antoinii
Myrmecodia platytyrea subsp antoinii
 
Description:Flowering plant Description:Flower
  Location:Old Coen Road Track, Iron Range, North Queensland Location:Old Coen Road Track, Iron Range, North Queensland
GPS coordinates:Withheld GPS coordinates:Withheld
Date of photo:3 June 2013 Date of photo:3 June 2013
Field No.: 2110 Field No.: 2110
     
  Myrmecodia platytyrea subsp antoinii Myrmecodia platytyrea subsp antoinii
 
Description:Flowers Description:Flowers
  Location:Old Coen Road Track, Iron Range, North Queensland Location:Old Coen Road Track, Iron Range, North Queensland
  GPS coordinates:Withheld GPS coordinates:Withheld
  Date of photo:3 June 2013 Date of photo:3 June 2013
  Field No.: 2110 Field No.: 2110
     
  Myrmecodia platytyrea subsp antoinii
   
  Description:Plant showing ridges  
  Location:Old Coen Road Track, Iron Range, North Queensland  
  GPS coordinates:Withheld  
  Date of photo:3 June 2013  
  Field No.: 2110  


References (accessed 1 January 2017):

Huxley, C.R. & Jebb, M.H.P., (1993) The tuberous epiphytes of the Rubiaceae 5: A revision of Myrmecodia. Blumea. 37(2):271-324

 

 

 

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Myrmecodia platytyrea