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RE: Amorph paeoniifolius

Guys 'n dolls,

I guess we must settle this point. The said photo is of Dracunculus
vulgaris. Am. paeoniifolius would not survive subzero (in Celsius that
is) and looks quite different. For one thing, Dracunculus has a "stem"
with leaves while flowering. Am. paeoniifolius flowers leafless, and
there is much more.


> ----------
> From: 	plantnut@macconnect.com[SMTP:plantnut@macconnect.com]
> Reply To: 	aroid-l@mobot.org
> Sent: 	donderdag 15 april 1999 0:01
> To: 	hetter@vkc.nl
> Subject: 	Amorph paeoniifolius
> Folks,
> If you thought that the ID Photo that Lester just put out on the ID
> Page
> (Dracunculus vulgaris) looked like subject plant.....  Go to the IAS
> Web
> site....  Click on the 'Galery' button on the left...  then go down
> the
> list till you get to Dewey Fisk....  Click on that name...  then, you
> will
> see several photos of Amorphophallus paeoniifolius.
> Dewey
> Dewey E. Fisk, Plant Nut
> Your Source for Tropical Araceae
> Go to <http://www.macconnect.com/~plantnut>

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