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The flowers by Alex Monro.

Author:  Frederik Michael Liebmann 1851
Family:  Urticaceae
Habitat:   Venezuela, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru
Soil:   Rich
Water:   Medium
Sun:   Medium
Height:  30 Centimetres
Flower:   Green/Red
Propagate:   Seeds/Cuttings
Names:   Artillery Stoplight, Mexican Artillery (Due to the pollen spreading)
Synonyms:  Urtica serphyllacea Kunth 1817.
Pilea muscosa
Lindl. 1821.
Adicea thymifolia, Kuntze.
Pilea globosa,
Pilea thymifolia,
Urtica dasyphylla,
Poepp. ex Wedd.
Urtica globosa,
Pav. ex Wedd.
Urtica serpyllacea,
Urtica thymifolia,

Not easy to find information on this member of the Urticaceae family. It was described in a Danish forum by Frederik Michael Liebmann  in 1851. It is found in the tropical part of South America. The tiny flowers are green/red, and it can be reproduced both by seeds and cuttings.
Tribe: Procrideae
Published in:
Kongelige Danske videnskabernes Selskabs Skrifter, Naturvidenskabeli Mathematisk Afdeling 2: 296. 1851.
{Kongel. Danske Vidensk. Selsk. Skr., Naturvidensk. Math. Afd., ser. 5 ; BPH BPH/S 475.2.08S5}