Actually, there is a story (legend?) of a vivaporous (Is that what its called?) Apon. ulvaceus. Apparently, many years back a plant (ulvaceus) was found in a commercial import with plantlets attached. I am not sure if the plant was found by Dr. Gasser or he just caught wind of it, but to make a long story short, he went to Madagascar to look for it. After collecting hundreds of plants he was able to find one. The plant was supposedly brought back and propagated and spread around a bit. the plant is probably not in the hobby anymore but I guess it did exist. A good friend of mine who has been in the hobby much longer than I told me this story. Any old timers close to Dr. Gasser out there hear of this story?