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  Arum Id
From: v_rubino at tin.it (Vincenzo Rubino) on 2008.03.13 at 09:31:48(17170)
Here's a picture of an unidientified Arum of mine (can't recall when I
got it, nor who sent it to me), can it be A. palaestinum? I named it
purpureospathum as the pot was used for this specie also, but evidently
it is not the same thing.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v283/Dr.Palmito/Arumpurpureospathum.jpg

Any guess?

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From: CRogers at ecoanalysts.com (Christopher Rogers) on 2008.03.13 at 15:36:47(17171)
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Looks like A. dioscoridis to me. Mine are getting ready to bloom now. But my plants have lots more leaves.

Grins,
Christopher

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From: alan_galloway at bellsouth.net (Alan Galloway) on 2008.03.13 at 15:54:12(17172)

Vincenzo,

From: ironious2 at yahoo.com (E Morano) on 2008.03.13 at 18:18:01(17177)
Looks like amorphophallus konjac to me. Does it stink of rotting flesh?

Vincenzo Rubino wrote: Here's a picture of an unidientified Arum of mine (can't recall when I
got it, nor who sent it to me), can it be A. palaestinum? I named it

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From: v_rubino at tin.it (Vincenzo Rubino) on 2008.03.16 at 03:30:09(17183)
Thank you all for your help.
I have another A.dioscoridis with brown blotches on a yellow spathe, so
this one is just a different form.
Now the mistery to solve is when and where I got it.. but that's a minor
thing.
Again, thanks.
Vincenzo

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