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Thank you. Actually the vines grow from the branches of a large shrub they call biflora here which is why I called it a parasite.
It is strangling another plant.
Is so what species? Found in the wild in Colombia at about 1080m. Leaves are about 18cm wide.
Thank you Wendy. Yikes that is certainly exhaustive info on the link you provided.
Thank you for that. I'm quite mystified that I can't find anything related to the guide's explanation. He was proven to be very knowledgeable so I...
We encountered this as a small tree in Guaviare department , Colombia. Our guide explained that the globes contain a sticky glue that when it...
That certainly looks like it. Thank you very much.
Thanks Daniel. I remain hopeful.
I wonder if anyone is or knows of a Kohleria expert. I periodically encounter various species of this group from South America and would like to...
Can anyone identify this for me?
Thank you very much. That's a very helpful answer with excellent links.
Found along roadside in Colombia.
How are these species differentiated and is there any geographical distinction?
Roadside and could be non native.
This appears to have larger flowers and be thicker stalked than the Glossoloma schultzei I have found previously. Also found at lower altitude:...
Those are good leads. I'm not sure.
Could be that, thank you.
What might this be? From Colombia. Flower is size of softball or larger. At about 1100m
I have found Kohleria digitaliflora warscewiczii before which is distinctly fuchsia. This one is distinctly pink and the plant form is different....