Are you sure? third from bottom, has Bolbitis in upper right corner; very different. This plant looks more moss-like and weeping. Are there plant lists associated with these shots?tsunami said:Looks to be Bolbitis heudelotii.
Young Bolbitis heudelotii leaves have that weeping habit. As they mature, they become stiffer and grows more upright. Coupled with this, Amano may have placed an XLarge specimen of B. heudelotii on its side as he often does with Microsorum pteropus 'Narrow Leaf' to emphasize the temporary weeping habit. Here is another photo of B. heudelotii with upright leaves.Jeff Kropp said:
That site is attitudinal. Gallery #3, which features your photos, is not linked from Gallery #2 but a change in the site's URL will reveal it: http://www.aqua-shopping.com/cnt/gallery/index3.htmtsunami said:I swear that new gallery wasn't up there when I got to that site.