large one from Copenhagen Botanical Garden, and it's caudex,
flowers and fruits.
Tiny plants found in the spagnum.
This member of the Rubiaceae
family was described by William Jack in 1823. It is found in the rainforests
of Northwest coast of
Borneo, East Malaysia, New Guinea and North Australia. It is an epiphyte,
needs lots of water but not much sun. The caudex will grow to 25 centimetres in diameter, the stems can reach for
75 centimetres. The
tiny flowers are white, and the plant can only be reproduced by