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  Identification request from Kaichen Nursery
From: "Bjoern Malkmus" bjoern.malkmus at verwaltung.uni-mainz.de> on 2000.06.15 at 21:46:41(4789)
Dear Aroiders,

following an e-mail from Chen Yi, China.

Maybe someone has an idea what this plant might be (at least to
which genus it might belong to) ?
I don't have any clue (well, I know the description is "kind of" vague
and VERY detailed ...)


Bj?rn Malkmus

From: "Peter Boyce" p.boyce at rbgkew.org.uk> on 2000.06.17 at 00:32:13(4799)
Hi Bj?rn

Was the link on your mailing supposed to lead to some pictures of
your plants for naming? The link I received was dead.


From: "George R Stilwell, Jr." grsjr at juno.com> on 2000.06.17 at 00:38:24(4801)
Double spathes have been noted on several Arisaema here. They usually
occur when the plant reaches maximum size and maturity just before
throwing off many pups and disintegrating. I remember seeing them on
A. triphyllum, A. dracontium, and possibly on A. tortuosum but I can't
remember the other species.

I suspect the double spathe has nothing to do with the species ID of
Chen Yi's plants.

From: "Bonaventure W Magrys" magrysbo at shu.edu> on 2000.06.17 at 01:04:42(4808)
Might be a simple single genetic mutation.
Bonaventure Magrys

From: Pugturd at aol.com on 2000.06.17 at 01:34:53(4810)
Hello this si Brian Williams. Yes, I would like some help identifying a plant
I do not have any pictures posted yet but will soon. It was sold to me a
Remusatia But I believe it to be a Colocasia. I will post when the picture is
Up THANKS Hopefully someone can tell.

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