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Ant-plants Comments
ANT-PLANTS: Ants Inhabiting Orchids Thought to be true symbiosis; some can be cultivated for long without ants; others rarely survive long without them; no evidence that ants are pollinators, list of 21 plants that harbour ants; refer to AU79-211 0
ANT-PLANTS: Ants in Schomburgkia Pseudobulbs Five species known as the Myrmecophila (ant-loving) have natural openings at the heavy base of the pseudobulbs for ants to enter. A63-17; for full treatment, refer to F78-154+ (from Orquideologia, Aug.-Dec.1977) 0
ANT-PLANTS: Ants in Schomburgkias (myrmecophilas) In cultivation the basal hole still forms; speculation that ants do the hollowing out of the pseudobulbs and/or the base hole has not been confirmed. AU79-211 0

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