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RE: [Aroid-l] And again new additions to the website
From: "Wilbert Hetterscheid" hetter at xs4all.nl> on 2005.08.07 at 07:14:55(13274)|
The type-specimen of A. bangkokensis reads "Bangkok, on
waste grounds". I suppose there is no more wasted ground in Bangkok anymore.....
The plant in the pictures on the website was collected at Prajeen Buri (ring a
[mailto:email@example.com] Namens Chanrit
SinhabaedyaVerzonden: zaterdag 6 augustus 2005 11:24Aan:
Discussion of aroidsOnderwerp: Re: [Aroid-l] And again new
additions to the website
I was surprised to know about the existence of Amorphophallus
bangkokensis as nowaday, there is no Amophophallus exist naturally in Bangkok
anymore. Very interesting!
Chanrit SinhabaedyaWilbert Hetterscheid
to a very efficient working Albert, we have yet another set ofadditions
of pictures to the IAS website to announce:First we have finally
created a separate page for Pseudodracontium. The linkto the Moscow
webpage on that genus has long been defunct and we have waitedlong
enough. Now there is a new introductory page and a species list and
pixof all species. Enjoy.To Amorphophallus have been added pix
of the following
(only quite recently published as a new
(recently described as a new species)operculatuspaeoniifolius
"bangkokensis": now this is a bit of a mysterious thing. Ithas an
inflorescence identical to paeoniifolius proper but much smaller butthe
offsets of this one are thin and long and the petiole smooth and
quitedifrerently patterned than any I have ever seen in paeoniifolius.
This mayin fact be what has been described by Gagnepain as
Amorphophallusbangkokensis. I synonimised that species under
paeoniifolius thus far but Iam beginning to think I may have to accept
it as a proper species after allnow that I have seen it in its
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