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  What is this Amorphophallus?
From: "Chanrit Sinhabaedya" siamanthus at hotmail.com> on 2002.06.26 at 08:28:21(9007)
Does anyone know what is this remarkable Amorphophallus?
It was collected from southern Thailand.

Here is a picture -> http://photos.yahoo.com/chanrits
(the first picture in the aroids category.)

:)
Chanrit Sinhabaedya

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From: "Wilbert Hetterscheid" hetter at worldonline.nl> on 2002.06.26 at 12:09:12(9013)
If you are referring to sp.2 this is probably a new and undescribed species.
I have a pretty large group of it but there seems to be a flower developing
right at this moment for the first time in 5 years. It is indeed a stunning
besuty with deep rich red leaf stalks, deep velvety green leaves with red
margins. The leaflets are very elegantsly lanceolate. In fact is is a
perfected version of Am. saururus. The tuber is very narrwoly elongate.

So some patience and we will know in a few weeks.

Cheerio,
Wilbert

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From: "Alan Galloway" alan_galloway at bellsouth.net> on 2002.06.26 at 12:10:44(9014)
>
> Does anyone know what is this remarkable Amorphophallus?
> It was collected from southern Thailand.
>
> Here is a picture -> http://photos.yahoo.com/chanrits
> (the first picture in the aroids category.)
>

Chanrit,
It looks like Am. cicatricifer -- a rather dwarf species with red petioles.

Alan

From: araceae at earthlink.net on 2002.06.26 at 23:21:56(9019)
It could also be Amorph. sizemoreii....
D.

>Does anyone know what is this remarkable Amorphophallus?
>It was collected from southern Thailand.
>
>Here is a picture -> http://photos.yahoo.com/chanrits
>(the first picture in the aroids category.)
>
>:)

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From: "Wilbert Hetterscheid" hetter at worldonline.nl> on 2002.06.27 at 12:02:08(9024)
Both sizemoreae and cicatricifer have much larger and broader leaflets.

Lord P.

> -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----

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From: "Chanrit Sinhabaedya" siamanthus at hotmail.com> on 2002.06.28 at 08:52:46(9034)
Thanks alot for information, Wilbert, Alan and Dewey.

Wilbert, It has narrow elongated tuber as you said.

:)
Chanrit

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