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[aroid-l] Typhonium id.

  • Subject: [aroid-l] Typhonium id.
  • From: piaba piabinha@yahoo.com
  • Date: Fri, 29 Aug 2003 11:28:49 -0700 (PDT)

before i start, i must prostrate at the altar of his
lordiness, almighty wilbert of leiden, and beg for

some time ago, i had received from his royal lordiness
in leiden some tiny tubers of a round-leafed, small
Typhonium species, which grew for a while and then
went dormant.  since i didn't find any tubers in the
pot, i gave up on it and re-used the pot for something
else, losing the tag in the process.  now months and
months later, it's sprouted again, living in the pot
with its new neighbor, a Sinningia sp.  now i'd like
to find out which species this cute little Typhonium
is...  would anyone have a clue?  the plant has very
small round leaves.  at first, i even thought it was a
Dioscorea since i had sown some seeds but those never
thanks all.

tsuh yang in NYC

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