Amaryllis telegraphiensis

by OH6DC

This amaryllis species is rather unknown and rare. Besides water and light it needs an environment with sufficient RF radiation.

These details differentiate it from other plant species. On the blade there is a part that looks like a paper-clip...

... and there are two needle-shaped parts on both sides almost touching the "paper-clip". Thin copper-wire-like air roots are also seen in this picture.

The thin "copper-wire" air roots grow thicker and form this long and strange looking main root.

See & hear what happens if the main root is connected to an audio oscillator and the blade is handled like it was a sideswiper CW key: