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Old 05-16-2018, 03:31 PM
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Can anyone help me identify these two? The first one gets a lot darker in good conditions, but is a very slow grower.

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My guess is Rhaphidophora hayi for the second one. I can't remember the first one :-)

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Old 05-16-2018, 04:39 PM
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My guess is Rhaphidophora hayi for the second one. I can't remember the first one :-)

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Yes, that's definitely it. I have this gigantic list of plants I've used over the years and this one got mislabeled. A quick Google search confirms it. Thank you!

The other one I've never known the name of.

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My guess is Rhaphidophora hayi for the second one. I can't remember the first one :-)

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Actually, now I'm wondering if it's actually Rhaphidophora pachyphylla. I've got that on my list, too. Hmm...

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Yeah, I am not sure, either. Those sure look similar to each other.

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First one looks like some dischidia species, not sure which one though. Maybe ruscifolia?


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First one looks like some dischidia species, not sure which one though. Maybe ruscifolia?


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Found my answers. Dischidia hirsuta and Rhaphidophora pachyphylla.

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