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From: Paul Resslar <presslar at vwc.edu> on 1997.04.17 at 13:50:30(631)
Aroiders:

Dick Mansell has posted three pictures of an unknown aroid on the Aroid
Identification Center page for me. Would you please take a look at 126,
126a, and 126b. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Paul M. Resslar

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From: ju-bo at msn.com (Julius Boos) on 1997.04.21 at 15:02:55(657)
>Aroiders:

>Dick Mansell has posted three pictures of an unknown aroid on the Aroid
>Identification Center page for me. Would you please take a look at 126,
>126a, and 126b. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

>Paul M. Resslar

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From: Brian Williams pugturd at alltel.net> on 2006.01.07 at 15:10:45(13663)
Does anyone know who this is ???

http://natureproducts.net/Forest_Products/Aroids/Aroid_sp.html
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From: "michael mahan" agavestar at covad.net> on 2006.01.07 at 17:17:30(13664)
Thanx Brian , no idea but a way cool site !!!!!!! thanx agin for the link
Mike Mahan

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From: "Peter Boyce" botanist at malesiana.com> on 2006.01.07 at 17:49:30(13665)
Hi Brian

Alocasia hypnosa J. T. Yin, Y. H. Wang & Z. F. Xu. It was described last
year from Yunnan but I've seen and collected it N Thailand (as has Alan
Galloway) and I've also seen it in N Laos. In the wild it grows in
humus-filled pockets in limestone cliffs with the long stolons colonizing
adjacent pockets. Another curious feature is that it's deciduous in the
wild, dieing back just like an Arum in the dry season (May - October).

Peter

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From: rnranimals at zoomtown.com> on 2006.01.07 at 17:50:17(13666)
Not a who it's a what.
It's part of the Chinese Ministry of Science & Tech
According to the links there.

Here's an American affilliate.

http://worldwideorchids.com/lotus_banana.htm

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From: "Abri1973 (wp.pl)" abri1973 at wp.pl> on 2006.01.07 at 22:53:09(13667)
I can see no photo.
If I could look at them I could identify in althouth generally.

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From: bonaventure at optonline.net on 2006.01.07 at 23:55:49(13668)
Worldwideorchids provided the blooming golden lotus banana (Musiella lasiocarpa) that I just purchased from Home Depot for what compared to previous years prices for this species was a bargain.

Bonaventure Magrys

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From: "Jan D. Bastmeijer" crypts at bart.nl> on 2006.01.08 at 04:55:44(13670)
There is also an unidentified Cryptocoryne on this site. Very nice pictures.
It is Cryptocoryne crispatula Engler var. sinensis (Merrill) N.Jacobsen.
This species is also known from the Guangxi province and from Laos.

Jan Bastmeijer

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From: Regferns at aol.com on 2006.01.08 at 05:17:52(13671)
Alocasia hypnosa also goes dormant here in South Florida.

Reggie Whitehead
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