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Wilbert L. A. Hetterscheid, Cyrille Claudel The End Of Pseudodracontium N.E. Br. (Buy)
 ABSTRACT: The aroid genus Pseudodracontium N.E. Br. is reduced to Amorphophallus Bl. ex Decne. New names and a new key to taxa of the former Pseudodracontium are presented. A discussion on its phylogenetic position within Amorphophallus is given.
Wilbert L. A. Hetterscheid, Cyrille Claudel A new miniature Amorphophallus (Araceae) from Eastern Thailand (Buy)
 ABSTRACT: The new species Amorphophallus terrestris Hett. & C. Claudel is described and compared to its phylogenetically closest relatives.
Cyrille Claudel, Ralph D. Mangelsdorff, Wilbert L. A. Hetterscheid The first successful hybrid of Amorphophallus titanum (Buy)
 ABSTRACT: The first successful hybrid involving Amorphophallus titanum (Becc.) Becc. ex Arc. is being introduced. It concerns a cross between A. variabilis Bl. (seed parent) and A. titanum (pollen parent) and is described here as a new cultivar. Its origin, morphology and propagation are described. The arguments for recognizing it as a cultivar are given.
Cyrille Claudel, Alan Galloway Hybridization of Amorphophallus – state of the art (Buy)
 ABSTRACT: Amorphophallus, a large and ornamental genus within the Araceae, has been very little implicated in the creation of new hybrids. Merely in the hands of enthusiasts, first attempts have been made in recent years to explore the possibilities of interspecific hybridization within this genus. We want to document these attempts as far as we know of them, in matters of ‘‘trial and success’’ in order to encourage other enthusiasts to follow us on this exciting exploration.
Wilbert L. A. Hetterscheid, Cyrille Claudel Three New Species of Amorphophallus (Araceae) from Indochina (Buy)
 ABSTRACT: Three new species of Amorphophallus (Araceae) from Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam, Amorphophallus hemicryptus Hett. & Maxw., Amorphophallus nicolaii Hett. and Amorphophallus pulchellus Hett. & Schuit., are described and compared to their phylogenetically closest relatives or morphologically most similar species.
Cyrille Claudel, Alan Galloway, Ralph D. Mangelsdorff Hybridization of Amorphophallus—State of Affairs (Buy)
 ABSTRACT: To follow-up the article in ‘Aroideana’ vol. 35, we want to document further attempts and progress in hybridizing Amorphophallus. We present more new crosses which have been successfully undertaken recently. Amongst them: Amorphophallus boyceanus 3 Amorphophallus ‘John Tan’ (see ‘Aroideana’ 35), the first Amorphophallus hybrid involving three species. Furthermore we have some general observations made on the first generations of hybrids so far.
Cyrille Claudel Amorphophallus in the Hamburg Botanical Garden (Buy)
 ABSTRACT: The Hamburg Botanical Garden is one of the largest (24 hectares) and most valuable gardens in Germany and houses special collections in its non-public greenhouses. Among these is the Amorphophallus collection which is in large part based on the former research collection of W. L. A. Hetterscheid and has been introduced and expanded by myself in Hamburg. It comprises nearly 130 species of Amorphophallus and related genera represented by some 1,000 accessions. Such a living treasure needs care and attention as it is the base for future research and investigation. In parallel, representative material needs subsequently to be transferred into a herbarium collection.
Cyrille Claudel, Ralph D. Mangelsdorff Hybridization of Amorphophallus — State of the Unions (Buy)
 ABSTRACT: Following the articles in Aroideana vol. 35 and vol. 36 (referred to as vol. 35 or 36 in the further text) we document further attempts in hybridizing Amorphophallus. Although still far from being conclusive a few further observations are presented concerning the compatibility and the heterozygosity. Besides we want to add a new category in the ‘‘fail’’ and ‘‘success’’ column: the ‘‘albino’’.