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  Alocasia sanderiana and amazonica
From: Piabinha at aol.com on 1999.02.03 at 13:52:02(2999)
scott, thanks for your help on white knight.

i have a small plant from my local club labeled "sanderiana" but although it
has the sanderiana shape, it does not have the prominent white veins, the
veins being more muted brown. is it possible that it is a sanderiana or is it
mislabelled?

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From: Krzysztof Kozminski <kk at netgate.net> on 1999.02.03 at 19:57:52(3000)
On Wed, 3 Feb 1999 Piabinha@aol.com wrote:

> also, what's the parentage of amazonica?

sanderiana x longiloba, if I remember correctly

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From: Scott Hyndman <scothynd at magicnet.net> on 1999.02.06 at 21:35:27(3009)
Tsuh Yang Chen wrote:

> I have a small plant from my local club labeled "sanderiana" but althou=
gh it
> has the sanderiana shape, it does not have the prominent white veins, t=

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From: alistair_hay at rbgsyd.gov.au on 1999.02.07 at 17:36:22(3013)
The Alocasia longiloba group, to which all these and other things
belong, is INDEED an excellent candidate for DNA analysis both in the
wild and in cultivation. We have started doing extractions here.

Alistair

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