Excuse the moniker, there are so many unidentified plants in circulation and without giving any name outside the country of origin, it is beginning to get rather confusing! This tiny Asplenium is surprisingly wirey given it’s delicate appearance. The fronds stay about 1-1.5 inches and the small rosettes grow very compactly. It has a lacey apperance and has very elaborate fronds given it’s diminuitive size.
This exceptional aroid is from Peru and is an incredibly small species. The leaves stay around 1/4 inch and grow in a shingling fashion (very tightly) and slowly. A 12 leaf piece is only about 1.5 inches long. It has winged petioles like a pteromeschium sector species. It took over two years to grow.