Re: [Aroid-l] Oh, these neverending Amorphphallus IDs
If I had to hazard a guess I'd call it a nice collection of
Amorphophallus koratensis. They have very variable petioles, smooth,
bumpy, bright green to dark to brownish, solid color to spotted.
They can also get very tall like the one in the square pot. I don't
think muelleri gets that tall. Aroideana #19 says petiole 30 to 60cm.
> here in "Central Europe" ( in this case Germany and Switzerland ) a
> number of Amorphpophiles have got A. muelleri from a seller from
> Thailand via ebay.
> After the plants grew a leaf some frowning is going on, if they have
> really muellerii or something else.
> What concerns mostly is that (most of) the plants do not have a smooth
> petiole, but rather a "knopped" one like I know only from paeonifolius
> (but there are probably more species with that trait).
> The usual suspects/experts are invited to have a look at the following
> URLs (you might have to do a bit of scrolling...):
> Thanks for your interest ansd time.....
> And looking foreward to....
Aroid-L mailing list
Other Mailing lists |
Author Index |
Date Index |
Subject Index |