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  Arisaema grapsospadix
From: "C.W. Lin" <biformis at gmail.com> on 2011.03.23 at 20:30:18(21986)

Hi all
I took some new photos, very lovely evergreen species ....
Arisaema grapsospadix pic in following link:
http://i1229.photobucket.com/albums/ee480/pspiritussancti/Aroids/DSC_4341kkjj.jpg
http://i1229.photobucket.com/albums/ee480/pspiritussancti/Aroids/DSC_4302tyjtj.jpg
http://i1229.photobucket.com/albums/ee480/pspiritussancti/Aroids/DSC_4333jtyj.jpg
http://i1229.photobucket.com/albums/ee480/pspiritussancti/Aroids/DSC_4308ykykkl.jpg

Cheers,
Wei

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From: Christopher Rogers <branchiopod at gmail.com> on 2011.03.25 at 06:53:19(21989)
Okay . . . that is a truly beautiful Arisaema. Thanks for the pictures! I will add that plant to my wish list.

My A. ringens just started blooming. The local, native A. triphyllum and A. dracontioides are not up yet.

Happy days,

Christopher

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From: "C.W. Lin" <biformis at gmail.com> on 2011.03.25 at 21:33:12(21994)
It is a truly robust species! And have is another similar species endemic in Taiwan, (Arisaema nanjenense, maybe call Arisaema grapsospadix var, nanjenense is right in future)
If you have any opportunity to planting them, then it is an enjoyment!

A. ringens start blooming Jan. to Feb. in the wild, and now there are still few!

Cheers,

Wei

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