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  Re: Juvenile foliage
From: "Wilbert Hetterscheid" hetter at worldonline.nl> on 2000.03.10 at 00:41:43(4196)
The photos we're all talking about show an Arisaema and not an Amorph.
Juveniles of Amorphs may indeed be trifoliate (more often 5-foliate) but are
then very small and soon they'll start developing more complex leaves. One
exception is a weird Pseudodracontium harmandii I have which keeps on
developing trifoliate leaves even though it is big and mature. Leaves from
asexual offsets/bulbils always start as miniature variants of the parent


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