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  Re[2]: typhonium
From: alistair_hay_at_po-sydney at rbgsyd.gov.au on 1998.10.21 at 04:05:56(2708)
T. divaricatum IS identical to T. roxburghii! Forget divaricatum, it
is a synonym of roxburghii and there is no reason to use the name.

T. blumei and T. roxburghii look fairly similar; the feature I gave is
a reliable one for telling them apart, assuming that what you have is
either one or the other.

All best


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