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[Aroid-l] Please help me with Arum IDs

  • Subject: [Aroid-l] Please help me with Arum IDs
  • From: "Pacific Rim" paige@hillkeep.ca
  • Date: Tue, 23 Aug 2005 14:31:59 -0700

Dear all: I have been struggling to give correct names to some Arums that are new to me. Yes, "The Genus Arum" is on my Christmas list. But meanwhile, if anyone would like to comment, on or offline, about the identity of any of the Arums on my website at http://www.hillkeep.ca/bulbs%20arum.htm, I would be grateful. I am open to corrections on every ID, but the ones that particularly worry me at the moment are:

-- "Arum aff. concinnatum." Should this be concinnatum?
-- all the A. dioscoridis group.
-- A. orientale. The photo is of the plant. But does it look like orientale? If not, what do you think it is?

With thanks,

Paige Woodward

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