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Re: [Aroid-l] Amorphophallus hirtus
From: "C.W. Lin" <biformis at gmail.com> on 2010.07.15 at 00:30:53|
We believe that C. formosana and C. konishii is the same species (syn.), I have growing it in My greenhouse.
And it is very cute ~ have a velvet and slight vein on the leaves (if there is a Intermediary-cool temperature)
What country you in?
2010/7/9 david br=F6derbauer <email@example.com>
Very beautiful pictures!!!
Do you maybe also have Colocasia formosana or Colocasia konishii? I don't know any source who grows the Taiwanese Colocasias...I'm working on pollination biology of Colocasia and am interested in all species.
Date: Wed, 30 Jun 2010 09:42:27 +0800
Subject: [Aroid-l] Amorphophallus hirtus
Amorphophallus hirtus is a rare species and Endemic in Taiwan, ...
We did not expect that it will be blossom so quickly! This is just a small plant and tubers about 10cm ...
When it is full mature ... that inflorescence height (including stem) will over 280cm! Very wonderful,
To see those photo link=A0take from my friend ... I'll be home this week ... maybe I will see a opened up too :).
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