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Amorpho Identification

  • Subject: Amorpho Identification
  • From: Bruno Matter <Bruno.Matter@unibas.ch>
  • Date: Tue, 24 Apr 2001 09:17:42 -0500 (CDT)

Since a few years I grow a Amorpho. abyssinicus who was wild collected
in Kamerun. 
Finaly it's flowering but it is lacking the Tube constriction mentioned
in the Amorphophallus Key in Aroideana 19. Also is the Appendix subequal
to the Spathe, so it looks very similar to a small konjac flower. 

Has anyone a more detailed description of that species???

Greetings from Switzerland

Bruno


Bruno Matter
Botanischer Garten der Universitaet
Schoenbeinstrasse 6
4056 Basel
Switzerland

0041 61 267 35 19 Phone
0041 61 267 29 83 Fax





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