Many plants live in symbiosis with ants. The ants protect the plant and are a source of nutrients, while the plant provides a house for the ant colony. Isn't that fascinating! Did you know, that Nepenthes bicalcarata also is an antplant?
M. lamii (Doormans Top)
Lecanopteris - Antferns Little known by horticulturalists, this small Genus consists of a few species that live associated with ants in the wild. The rhizomes are hollow (except for L. mirabilis) and function as nests for...
Myrmecodia The most well known antplants certainly belong to the genus Myrmecodia.