All the plant photographies are performed by Patrick Blanc and their use must go with the photo caption and the mention "copyright Patrick Blanc"
  • Arthrobotrya (syn. Teratophyllum) articulata, transition due to metamorphosis between the dark green appressed sterile fronds (bathyphylls) and the bright green detached fertile fronds (acrophylls), Karawari, Sepik, Papua New Guinea

    Arthrobotrya (syn. Teratophyllum) articulata, transition due to metamorphosis between the dark green appressed sterile fronds (bathyphylls) and the bright green detached fertile fronds (acrophylls), Karawari, Sepik, Papua New Guinea

  • Arthrobotrya (syn. Teratophyllum) articulata, appressed thigmotropic fronds of the climbing sterile phase (bathyphylls) and fertile large fronds (acrophylls) expanding perpendicularly to the trunk support, Karawari, Sepik, Papua New Guinea

    Arthrobotrya (syn. Teratophyllum) articulata, appressed thigmotropic fronds of the climbing sterile phase (bathyphylls) and fertile large fronds (acrophylls) expanding perpendicularly to the trunk support, Karawari, Sepik, Papua New Guinea

  • Arthrobotrya (syn. Teratophyllum) articulata, bright green detached fertile fronds terminating the stem (acrophylls) with appressed dark green fronds below, Karawari, Sepik, Papua New Guinea

    Arthrobotrya (syn. Teratophyllum) articulata, bright green detached fertile fronds terminating the stem (acrophylls) with appressed dark green fronds below, Karawari, Sepik, Papua New Guinea

  • Arthrobotrya (syn. Teratophyllum) articulata, transition between the dark green appressed sterile vegetative fronds (bathyphylls) and the bright green adult detached fertile fronds (acrophylls), Karawari, Sepik, Papua New Guinea

    Arthrobotrya (syn. Teratophyllum) articulata, transition between the dark green appressed sterile vegetative fronds (bathyphylls) and the bright green adult detached fertile fronds (acrophylls), Karawari, Sepik, Papua New Guinea

  • Patrick Blanc much intrigued by the branched stolons issued from the main stem of the climbing Piper cf. griffithii, these stolons acquiring secondarily the shape and function of stilt roots, Kaeng Krachan NP, Thailand, March 2022

    Patrick Blanc much intrigued by the branched stolons issued from the main stem of the climbing Piper cf. griffithii, these stolons acquiring secondarily the shape and function of stilt roots, Kaeng Krachan NP, Thailand, March 2022

  • Piper cf. griffithii, main climbing stem producing in its lower part secondarily thickened stolons acting like feeding stilt roots, Kaeng Krachan NP, Thailand

    Piper cf. griffithii, main climbing stem producing in its lower part secondarily thickened stolons acting like feeding stilt roots, Kaeng Krachan NP, Thailand

  • Piper cf. griffithii, main climbing stem fixed to tree support by mats of small adventitious roots, Kaeng Krachan NP, Thailand

    Piper cf. griffithii, main climbing stem fixed to tree support by mats of small adventitious roots, Kaeng Krachan NP, Thailand

  • Piper cf. griffithii, dense mats of small adventitious roots fixing the main stem to tree trunk and old secondarily thickened stolons acting like feeding stilt roots, Kaeng Krachan NP, Thailand

    Piper cf. griffithii, dense mats of small adventitious roots fixing the main stem to tree trunk and old secondarily thickened stolons acting like feeding stilt roots, Kaeng Krachan NP, Thailand

  • Piper cf. griffithii, old secondarily thickened stolons acting like feeding stilt roots, Kaeng Krachan NP, Thailand

    Piper cf. griffithii, old secondarily thickened stolons acting like feeding stilt roots, Kaeng Krachan NP, Thailand

  • Piper cf. griffithii, old secondarily thickened stolons, finally acting like feeding stilt roots, Kaeng Krachan NP, Thailand

    Piper cf. griffithii, old secondarily thickened stolons, finally acting like feeding stilt roots, Kaeng Krachan NP, Thailand

  • Piper cf. griffithii, main climbing stem covered by dense mats of small adventitious roots, Kaeng Krachan NP, Thailand

    Piper cf. griffithii, main climbing stem covered by dense mats of small adventitious roots, Kaeng Krachan NP, Thailand

  • Piper cf. griffithii, young uprooted stolon with apical leaves, Kaeng Krachan NP, Thailand

    Piper cf. griffithii, young uprooted stolon with apical leaves, Kaeng Krachan NP, Thailand

  • Piper cf. griffithii, stolons producing leaves carpeting the forest floor like an ivy, Kaeng Krachan NP, Thailand

    Piper cf. griffithii, stolons producing leaves carpeting the forest floor like an ivy, Kaeng Krachan NP, Thailand

  • Piper cf. griffithii, leaves produced by the stolons carpeting the forest floor, Kaeng Krachan NP, Thailand

    Piper cf. griffithii, leaves produced by the stolons carpeting the forest floor, Kaeng Krachan NP, Thailand

  • Piper cf. griffithii reaching the top of host tree trunk and producing a manthe of lateral sympodial fertile branches, Kaeng Krachan NP, Thailand

    Piper cf. griffithii reaching the top of host tree trunk and producing a manthe of lateral sympodial fertile branches, Kaeng Krachan NP, Thailand

  • Piper cf. griffithii, mantle of lateral plagiotropic fertile sympodial stems detached from the support, Kaeng Krachan NP, Thailand

    Piper cf. griffithii, mantle of lateral plagiotropic fertile sympodial stems detached from the support, Kaeng Krachan NP, Thailand

  • Piper cf. griffithii, plagiotropic sympodial fertile leafy stems, Kaeng Krachan NP, Thailand

    Piper cf. griffithii, plagiotropic sympodial fertile leafy stems, Kaeng Krachan NP, Thailand

Pages