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Re: [Fwd: Re: Found the Giant Belolonchium in the Wild!]

  • Subject: Re: [Fwd: Re: Found the Giant Belolonchium in the Wild!]
  • From: "Elizabeth Campbell" <desinadora@mail2designer.com>
  • Date: Mon, 10 Aug 2009 10:19:23 -0700

Marek -

I don't think it's the same plant - the inflorescences on mine are borne on really long petioles and with striped spathes, and on that one they appear to be coming directly out of the stem and have plain spathes. Equally, the leaf is not as ornate and the venation is less distinct on that plant than on my big NOIDs. The cataphylls are somehow different as well.

Tom's knee-jerk reaction to the first photos I sent him was actually A. giganteum, but then once I got the second round of photographs it didn't key out, and he confirmed it as a NOID when he was down here last year.


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