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Colocasia identification

  • Subject: Colocasia identification
  • From: "::: www.StefanoBarone.net :::" <mail@stefanobarone.net>
  • Date: Fri, 27 Aug 2010 18:27:21 +0200

Dear Sirs,

I am an Italian naturalistic writer and photographer and
I've bought a rhizome on E-Bay one month a go from a man who
said it belongs to a Colocasia gigantea he personally
collected in Asia.
Now I have a very small plant, but can you identify it? 
Here are the pictures:
Is it really a Colocasia gigantea or it could be a more
Colocasia esculenta? What are the scientific characteristic
of a Colocaosia gigantea? Can you help me please?

Best regards
Stefano Barone

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