Re: Yet more smallest Aroids


Folks

How about good ol' Bucephalandra motleyana and B. catherineae? Then 
there's Homalomena minutissima. The first time I encountered this is 
was growing on a huge sandstone boulder in a stream in Brunei. At 
first I thought it to be a foliaceous moss until I found the 
inflorescences. The largest plants are less than 2 cm high. The 
spathe 2 - 3 mm long. Now that's small!


Pete

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Peter Boyce
Herbarium
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
Richmond
Surrey    TW9 3AE
U.K.

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