Re: [Aroid-l] Amorphophallus tuber?
Hi there Christopher and Bernhard,
I pulled my mind out of the swamp it is in this holiday and reconsidered my
position on the tuber: it may indeed be an Amchomanes as Christopher
suggests and I rejected in my previous post. I noticed upon further looking
that there are a few roots left on it which seem to be as thick as is usual
in Anchomanes. I missed the roots, which are semi-permanent in Anchomanes
but must have been removed. It is a trifle stupid that the collector made no
picture of the leaf when it was still on the plant, or conveniently didn't
Lord P(ardon me).
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> Verzonden: vrijdag 17 augustus 2007 19:18
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> Onderwerp: Re: [Aroid-l] Amorphophallus tuber?
> Hiyer, Wilbert!
> So, my first thought had been Anchomanes. You say no. Why am
> I wrong? What salient characters did I miss?
> Happy days,
> D. Christopher Rogers
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> I don't think it is an Amorph. First off it seems to have the
> shape of a short rhizome, unknown in African Amorphs. Next,
> every bud on the sides of the rhizome seem to have one or two
> big leaf/inflorescence scars, also not the way an Amorph
> grows. It must be another type of aroid. It is also not
> Anchomanes. I would sooner think it may be Lasimorpha or something.
> Lord P(rotector of the purity of Amorphophallus morphology)
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> > Verzonden: donderdag 16 augustus 2007 11:18
> > Aan: aroid-L
> > Onderwerp: [Aroid-l] Amorphophallus tuber?
> > Aroiders,
> > this picture
> > http://www.amorphophallus-forum.de/viewtopic.php?t=322
> > was made in Ghana and Georg thinks that it is an Amorphophallus
> > species.
> > Any sugestions which one?
> > From the "eyes"/"buds" evenly spread around the tuber and the thick
> > roots, I doubt that it is an Amorphophallus since I have
> never seen an
> > Amorphophallus tuber like this....
> > On the other hand I am not Lord P.(rofound)............ :-)
> > Looking forweward to any comment...
> > Best,
> > Bernhard.
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