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RES: May I have your opinion please


Dear Michael,

 

I agree with Tom. Positively is Xanthosoma atrovirens, the typical form. In fact, the it will become the only because all other “X. atrovirens” varieties and forms are different species (to be described/combined soon)!

 

Very best wishes,

 

Eduardo.

 

INHOTIM 
Dr. EDUARDO G. GONÇALVES

Curador Botânico e Paisagista

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De: aroid-l-bounces@www.gizmoworks.com [mailto:aroid-l-bounces@www.gizmoworks.com] Em nome de michael kolaczewski
Enviada em: domingo, 22 de agosto de 2010 22:30
Para: Discussion of aroids
Assunto: [Aroid-l] May I have your opinion please

 

Greetings IAS Friends,

Attached are 2 pictures of an Aroid

I "rescued" late last fall from a client's

Planter. The cold had withered the leaves,

I was not able at the time to determine what the

plant was.

I suspected it was an Aroid, so I  took off all the 

dead roots and stems, repotted

with new media, watered in, and over wintered the

the pot in a cool location.

In may the new growth emerged, and I bumped up

 the plant several times. Here we are in August, with

great growth and habit. May I ask Other Forum Members,

for your opinion as to an I.D. ?

Thank you all in advance,

Michael Kolaczewski

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