I have a Trias nasuta that has set a pod, and I was considering sending the seed to Troy. But I don't know for SURE that this is a positive ID, because I've never seen the darn thing in bloom. The flowers all got pollinated before I could lay eyes on them. Also, I don't know if they were pollinated by an insect, or if this plant is self pollinating. I was watching it pretty closely as the buds were forming, and I strongly suspect it is cleistogamous/self pollinating. Never having sent seed to Troy before, I have a few questions for the pros before I contact him: 1. Is this a species worth sending? 2. Will he be interested in it even though I don't know the positive ID? (I think I understand from his FAQs that I will have to pay more for it upfront...that's ok.) 3. If this plant is cleistogamous, does that necessarily mean its offspring will be, too? No need to grow a bunch of duds... I think the pod is a few months old; it's fat, but it hasn't started to split yet. I appreciate any input!