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  Yet another set of additions
From: "Wilbert Hetterscheid" hetter at xs4all.nl> on 2005.08.08 at 10:43:29(13280)
Folks,

Another set of additional pix for Amorphophallus, this time mainly petioles
and leaf-parts. Especially the pix of the developing leaf of Am.
cicatricifer are awesome (if I may say so myself...........). Thanks also to
Bonaventure Magrys, who sent in a few pix of Am. mossambicensis and
yunnanensis (this last one in a next batch).

Additions:

albispathus
cicatricifer (developing leaf)
consimilis
galbra
henryi
hottae (leaf bulbil!)
julaihii
krausei (including clone HAM040, a deviating form)
lanuginosus
longiconnectivus
mossambicensis
obscurus
smithsonianus (watch the unique minutely toothed leaf-margin)
symonianus

Cheerio,
Wilbert

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From: LMassey628 at aol.com on 2005.08.08 at 13:28:37(13282)
In a message dated 8/8/2005 3:24:17 PM Eastern Standard Time, hetter@xs4all.nl writes:
Folks,Another set of additional pix for Amorphophallus, this time mainly petiolesand leaf-parts. Especially the pix of the developing leaf of Am.cicatricifer are awesome (if I may say so myself...........). Thanks also toBonaventure Magrys, who sent in a few pix of Am. mossambicensis andyunnanensis (this last one in a next batch). Additions:albispathuscicatricifer (developing leaf)consimilisgalbrahenryihottae (leaf bulbil!)julaihiikrausei (including clone HAM040, a deviating form)lanuginosuslongiconnectivusmossambicensis obscurussmithsonianus (watch the unique minutely toothed leaf-margin)symonianusCheerio,Wilbert
Wilbert - Does Amorphophallus cicatricifer have two different flowers ? Are they two different collections of the same species ?

Linda

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From: "Wilbert Hetterscheid" hetter at xs4all.nl> on 2005.08.09 at 08:52:23(13291)
Hi Linda,

You mean as you see on
the pages? Those are two different clones with the usual set of minimal
differences. So that is not out-of-the-ordinary. Evolution brings us variation
and that's a good thing or we taxonomists would be out of a
job..........

Cheerio,
Wilbert

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