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Without fertile fronds this genus is a complete b*tch to identify. I have multiple specimens labeled as lycopodoides that look completely different, same for my plants labeled as vaccinifolia. I trust the species I got from Antone is lycopodoides, and the one I received from Harry WHitmore is vaccinifolia, but since I've never gotten fertile fronds, I'm having a hell of a time trying to discern what the identity of my other specimens are. Most likely reptens, but I can't be sure, and I'd like to have a way to positively ID them. Anyone have a decent taxonomical reference? What I've turned up online hasn't been that helpful
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Re: Microgramma taxonomy information.

Yeah I know it. It's almost as frustrating a genus as Restrepia when it comes to proper identification
And I apologize my phone doesnt think Microgramma is a word, so my thread title looks bad now
 
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