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Old 12-24-2012, 05:08 AM
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Default Plants of Bocas del Toro, Panama

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Seganellia sps










Peperomia sp.






Peperomia sp.


Epiphytic seganellia sp.




Philodendron?


Marcgravia sp.




Noid


Peperomia sp?






Peperomia sp.




Peperomia sp




Microgramma sp?
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On pic #3 the foliage looks like a popular landscape bush/tree we grow in Florida called Arborvidae. Not saying it is, but looks like same type of foliage.
 
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The philodendron? has very similar growth to Monstera dubia, however no leaf pattern, very interesting..... any collections permits obtained??? he he he i'm jealous, I have been dying to get back to to Central america. Hopefully this coming year will happen!

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Excellenent plants. I've always wanted to visit Central America, but have never been able to. Its nice to be able to vicariously a little bit. I love all those different Peperomia's.
 
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Fantastic!!!

You don't know how much I pester Justin to take foliage pics for me while he's down there. I'll try my best on these but some look familiar...

Microgramma percussa
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Peperomia serpens
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Monstera tuberculata (hard to say as this is juvenile foliage; for the area given its the most likely candidate)
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Possibly Selaginella anceps
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S. diffusa (?)
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S. arthritica (?)
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Thanks! I was drooling over them! I don't think it's P. Serpens as its nothing like the one I have from Chuck.
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Thanks! I was drooling over them! I don't think it's P. Serpens as its nothing like the one I have from Chuck.
Drool indeed.

Really? Looks almost identical to what I have labeled as P. serpens "small leaf form". Then again, I wasn't there to take the picture ; )
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Yeah, I saw a lot of it and its shape, growing pattern, etc is just different

Any idea on other peps?
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Yeah, I saw a lot of it and its shape, growing pattern, etc is just different

Any idea on other peps?
The differences could be in your cultural conditions. Peperomia are like that.
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As for the other pep's I'm not sure but can take a guess:

Looks like serpens to me. The only similar species in the area is pellucida but the leaves are much larger
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Glabella maybe?
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Peperomia rotundifolia is my guess on this one
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I don't know what is more exciting-- the frogs or the plants! Keep the pics coming...
Its snowing to beat the band right now Ray. What are your conditions?
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You're skimping on the aroid photos. C'mon man: pony up.
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Here you go, Ron.

Anthuriam sp
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Wonderful foliage pictures. I would say that the plant marked "Philodendron?" is a Trichomanes. Possibly T. ankersii.
 
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And I made a friend while hiking on Colon, with algae on his back, so its germane to this thread

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Jeez, I love those two Melastomes...especially the one you're holding with the black berry.
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This thread is fantastic! Keep 'em comin man!
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Awesome stuff Ray, thanks for posting, the growth habits really inspire the what could be done in the vivs.
 
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Awesome pics Ray! That is a lot of Marcgravia! I like the M. sintenisii growing around that branch.

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Anyone else gettin the itch to build a viv right about now!?
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I really love the first picture here with the frog in it (if no one else noticed it).

Thanks for sharing Ray. These are awesome shots.
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I really love the first picture here with the frog in it (if no one else noticed it).

Thanks for sharing Ray. These are awesome shots.
I was just about to say this. I wonder if the little guy new he'd been seen.


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amazing, i wonder what has been feeding on the monstrea plant?
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can anybody ID this guy? looks pretty sweet
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Annyone aware of a breeder of plants native to bocas el toro or its suuroundings? I would love to build a tank with only plants of ilsa bastimentos for my RFB
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