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Re: Rhaphidophora

Dear All:


Yes, most definitely R. tetrasperma. I am beginning to think that a short article for Aroideana laying this ‘to bed’ once and for all might be a useful contribution.


Very best




From: ExoticRainforest []
Sent: Monday, 12 April, 2010 1:05 AM
To: Discussion of aroids
Cc: Peter Boyce; Tom Croat; Genevieve Ferry; Franky Frankowski; Steve Lucas; Discussion of aroids
Subject: [Aroid-l] Rhaphidophora


Marek, Pete and I had a discussion with another grower just last week bout a variegated form of this plant.  It is my opinion this is Rhapidophora tetrasperma but Pete would be the best expert to confirm this.


Marek Argent wrote:



How do you think - may it be Rhaphidophora tetrasperma?



Marek Argent









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