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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Codonanthe is a New World genus, consists of a dozen or more species of evergreen epiphytic compact creeping vines with rooting along their stems, and scandent herbs or subshrubs with woody, upright stems from Brazil, Guiana, Central America and West Indies. In its own habitat, the plant usually grows in association with tree ant nests. The botanical name comes from the Greek for bellflower. Small nice red stems held flat or hanging, about 30cm long, with pairs of relatively succulent, hard-surfaced and small round dark more

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