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hi to all,
          i have a few very small plants (6+cm) of
amorphophallus sp. collected from perak limestone
area,it has normal green leaves, smooth green stem
with spots at the base
for trade.i might also have one small plant alocasia
zebrina' reticulated' for trade.I also hope to know
more people who grow amorphophallus and trade with
them.hope you all can trade amorphophallus with

cheers to all,
chee kin

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