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  Oh, these neverending Amorphphallus IDs
From: "StroWi at t-online.de" <StroWi at t-online.de> on 2007.07.31 at 11:46:25(16044)
Aroiders,

here in "Central Europe" ( in this case Germany and Switzerland ) a
number of Amorphpophiles have got A. muelleri from a seller from
Thailand via ebay.

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From: ken at spatulacity.com (Ken Mosher) on 2007.07.31 at 22:15:03(16046)
If I had to hazard a guess I'd call it a nice collection of
Amorphophallus koratensis. They have very variable petioles, smooth,
bumpy, bright green to dark to brownish, solid color to spotted.

They can also get very tall like the one in the square pot. I don't
think muelleri gets that tall. Aroideana #19 says petiole 30 to 60cm.

-Ken

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From: pugturd at alltel.net (Brian Williams) on 2007.07.31 at 22:40:02(16047)
The first four stems look to be forms of paeonifolius. Some may change
with maturity but I have grown the all green for for a few years as
well. The last two I have no idea.

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From: StroWi at t-online.de (StroWi at t-online.de) on 2007.07.31 at 23:08:33(16048)
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From: honeybunny442 at yahoo.com (Susan B) on 2007.08.01 at 09:25:58(16050)
Looks like koratensis to me too, I bought one like that from Ree Gardens at the Aroid sale. Lovely plants.
Susan

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From: hetter at xs4all.nl (Wilbert Hetterscheid) on 2007.08.10 at 07:19:56(16081)
Hi ken,

This is CERTAINLY not A. muelleri. It seems tio be a mixed bag, some of
which I suspect of being paeoniifolius, others (notably those with uniform,
spotless stems) seem to be A. koratensis.

Don't shoot the messenger.................

Wilbert

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From: StroWi at t-online.de (StroWi at t-online.de) on 2007.08.11 at 10:14:42(16084)
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