Tropical Rainforest Plants

A fiery Venezuelan plant that is the most popular Bromeliad in Europe. With its striking red and yellow flower spike its easy to see why. For further information about these plants visit the Bromeliad Society International website.

Anthurium clarinervium Matuda, Photo Copyright 2007, Steve Lucas, www.ExoticRainforest.com

Anthurium clarinervium Matuda, Photo Copyright 2007, Steve Lucas, www.ExoticRainforest.com

Trees and plants in tropical forests (stock image) are absorbing 1.5 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide a year. The researchers claim their findings show that rainforests are essential for soaking up excess greenhouse gases, and play a far greater role than had been previously realised

Carbon dioxide emissions cause tropical rainforests to grow faster

Trees and plants in tropical forests (stock image) are absorbing billion tonnes of car.

The amazon rainforest pics | Amazon Rainforest plants and flowers. ‘What colour is the rainforest ...

Amazon Rainforest plants and flowers. ‘What colour is the rainforest?’

The amazon rainforest pics | Amazon Rainforest plants and flowers. ‘What colour is the rainforest ...

tropical plants and flowers | ... which has all kinds of orchids and other beautiful rainforest plants

Yumenoshima Tropical Greenhouse Dome

The stunningly beautiful colours of the Heliconia. Flowers of the Caribbean on St Kitts

Discover the natural treasures of St Kitts rainforest

Tjerk's choice - ELEMENT // The stunningly beautiful colours of the Heliconia. Flowers of the Caribbean on St Kitts

Unusual Rain Forest Animals | Rare Plants In The Rainforest - Save Rainforest

The green pitcher plant is an insectivorous plant which catches insects in a vase-shaped leaf where they are broken down by enzymes and absorbed by the plant.

Plant Species found in Subtropical Rainforests

This covers the history of Aboriginal occupation of Australia, as well as the development of their material culture over time, their beleifs, rituals and society, and their possibilities affinities

Swiss cheese plants' iconic leaves help them to avoid stress, according to a US scientist.    Their familiar hole-riddled leaves allow the plants to capture sunlight more regularly, his research suggests.    The counterintuitive idea explains how such plants can survive in shady rainforests.    Commonly grown as house plants, they are found in the wild from southern Mexico to Colombia.

Why cheese plants are full of holes

Swiss cheese plants' iconic leaves help them to avoid stress, according to a US scientist. Their familiar hole-riddled leaves allow the plants to capture sunlight more regularly, his research suggests. The counterintuitive idea explains how such pla

Interesting website: Australian Tropical Rainforest Plants Identification System

Interesting website: Australian Tropical Rainforest Plants Identification System

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