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Strange to think that wasps pollinate these plants, I was lucky enough to see a Welwitschia up on the skeleton coast and the idea that there are plants let alone wasps out there is pretty confounding. I find it hard to believe that the Arizona sun could burn them also, maybe because they have been cultivated? the Namib sun is very unforgiving, as are it's human inhabitants, they have killed off the last desert lions and the last desert elephants in the past few decades and are now busy killing off the coast line with drag nets one and a half miles wide and almost one mile deep (Russian ships) It's an amazing country and maybe you could do something on the 'quiver trees' to attract some more attention to one of the last great wildernesses of our earth. I don't think they are Aroids, but must be worth a mention.