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  Schismatoglottis roseospatha
From: phymatarum <phymatarum at gmail.com> on 2015.05.27 at 19:41:42(23398)

Schismatoglottis roseospatha. Five 20cm pans. These plants are five years old.

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From: "D. Christopher Rogers" <branchiopod at gmail.com> on 2015.05.28 at 07:04:27(23405)
Those are cute.

It looks like they are in full sun, yet your other photos appear to show this genus in deep shade. Do they care?

Christopher

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From: Peter Boyce <phymatarum at gmail.com> on 2015.06.03 at 01:23:35(23408)

Hello Christopher,

Yes, Schismatoglottis roseospatha requires full sun.

See attached of the plant in habitat. Kapit.

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From: "D. Christopher Rogers" <branchiopod at gmail.com> on 2015.06.06 at 10:35:14(23409)
Gorgeous!!!

Thank you!

On my way to Thailand now. I will be doing crustacean surveys across the
eastern three quarters of the country for the next fortnight, plus. I hope
to get some good aroid photos of my own to share. Should I look for
rheophytic aroids?

Christopher

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From: Peter Boyce <phymatarum at gmail.com> on 2015.06.10 at 03:08:25(23411)
Hello Christopher,

Much depends on where you are in Thailand. The only rheophytic aroids are
in the far south, notably Trang changwat. There you will find *Piptospatha
perakensis*, and several *Homalomena *in the Chamaecladon Supergroup.

If you are in the NE, look out for *Acorus gramineus* occurring
rheophytically!

Happy Travels

Peter

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From: "D. Christopher Rogers" <branchiopod at gmail.com> on 2015.06.12 at 07:15:03(23413)
Thanks!!

Southern Thailand is really dry now.Started in Khoen Kaen and worked my way
south to the coast yesterday. I got over to Bangsaen this evening.
Tomorrow, I head north towards the Laotian border. Hopefully, there will be
some water up there.

Cheers!
Christopher

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