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  Any bifurcated Amorphophallus?
From: Mike! Mike at MikeMiller.com> on 2005.08.30 at 09:17:02(13329)
Do all Amorphophallus have trifurcated leaves?

I thought that was a defining characteristic, but I recently received
what is purported to be an Amorph, but it has a mix of leaves that
have three major leaflets and two major leaflets.

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From: "Wilbert Hetterscheid" hetter at xs4all.nl> on 2005.09.04 at 01:54:32(13336)
Maybe you got a Pseudodracontium which sometimes have the third (central)
lamina-branch reduced to only one leaflet and so seems to have two branches
only.

Cheerio,
Wilbert

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