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  Re: A. titanum
From: Neil Carroll zzamia at hargray.com> on 2000.06.22 at 22:36:39(4889)
>Most of us on this aroid list have become quite familiar with the
>inflorescence of A. titanum with the recent bloomings in California and
>Atlanta. I am always anxious to view the sites that are posted, but
>there is one more thing I would like to see. Does anyone know if there
>is a site that contains pictures of the growth habit of A. titanum

Brent, I couldn't agree more with you. I find the inflorescence of
Amorphophllus to be very interesting but rarely do we see the foliage in a
picture. And it is not that the folliage is uninteresting. As with all
Amorphs, titanum is unifoliate. Occasionally there will be some speicies
that sometimes send up more than on leaf from the same growth tip , but when
we see more than one leaf it is usually because there are offsets from the
main corm.

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