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  A. coaetaneus
From: "Allan Tetzlaff" <atetzlaff at rogers.com> on 2006.12.14 at 15:19:37(14939)
Regarding this species, I know that it forms a
chain, but mine are also looking as if they are trying to form bulbils in the
main leaf axis much like A. asterostigmatus does. I have had two forming
in older leaves and now another on a clone from a different source. Does
anyone know about this or the viability? Or what to do with them as
they're one that does not like to dry out?

Allan Tetzlaff

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From: "Wilbert Hetterscheid" <hetter at xs4all.nl> on 2006.12.14 at 22:03:34(14940)
In this species some clones do and others don't develop the
bulbils. Let them be untill the leaf is all dead and then plant the
bulbils.

Cheerio,
Wilbert

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From: ALLAN TETZLAFF <atetzlaff at rogers.com> on 2006.12.15 at 03:57:58(14942)
Thanks again Wilbert!Wilbert Hetterscheid wrote: In this species some clones do and others don't develop the bulbils. Let them be untill the leaf is all dead and then plant the bulbils. Cheerio, Wilbert Van: aroid-l-bounces@gizmoworks.com [mailto:aroid-l-bounces@gizmoworks.com] Namens Allan TetzlaffVerzonden: vrijdag 15 december 2006 0:20Aan: Discussion of aroidsOnderwerp: [Aroid-l] Question: A. coaetaneus Regarding this species, I know that it forms a chain, but mine are also looking as if they are trying to form bulbils in the main leaf axis much like A. asterostigmatus does. I have had two forming in older leaves and now another on a clone from a different source. Does anyone know about this or the viability? Or what to do with them as they're one that does not like to dry
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