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  Typhonium id.
From: piaba piabinha at yahoo.com> on 2003.08.29 at 11:28:49(10538)
before i start, i must prostrate at the altar of his
lordiness, almighty wilbert of leiden, and beg for
forgiveness...

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From: "Wilbert Hetterscheid" hetter at worldonline.nl> on 2003.08.29 at 13:46:22(10539)
> before i start, i must prostrate at the altar of his
> lordiness, almighty wilbert of leiden, and beg for
> forgiveness...

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From: Steve Marak samarak at arachne.uark.edu> on 2003.08.29 at 14:06:19(10540)
You'll probably have a lot of replies to this one, but I'll jump in with
my guess of T. violaefolium. I don't normally associate words like "cute"
with typhoniums, but this really is the cutest little plant, one of my
favorites. Fragrant, too, another word not often found near 'typhonium'.

Check the aroid.org photos at:

http://www.aroid.org/genera/typhonium/violaefolium/index.html

Steve

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From: "David Ruland" druland at atlantabotanicalgarden.org> on 2003.08.29 at 14:16:44(10541)
Do you mean pleasantly fragrant?

-----Original Message-----
Sent: Friday, August 29, 2003 5:06 PM

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From: piaba piabinha at yahoo.com> on 2003.08.29 at 18:00:37(10543)
your royal shape-less lingam, steve and all,

it's not sweet-smelling as it is not in bloom. the
leaves do not look like the mature ones in the T.
violaefolium pics but then they don't look like any
Typhonium. i suspect it is not violaefolium, but
another species. i'll wait to see if the leaves
develop further. so far, as i said, they are very
round and small.

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