Re: In-vitro cultivation of Amorph. titanum and Identification
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- Subject: Re: In-vitro cultivation of Amorph. titanum and Identification
- From: "Wilbert Hetterscheid" <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 6 Dec 2000 10:15:25 -0600 (CST)
Question 2: if no expert will show him/herself, I might suggest some names:
002 = muelleri, red margins or not.
003 = excentricus
004 = excentricus
005 = excentricus
007 = elatus
The name "albispathus" for your Chinese species should read albus
One other thing: your site was extraordinarily slow, both the opening of
individual pages as well as the appearing of photos.
> 2.) From my excursion last October/November I brought some Amorphophallus
> species back from northern and southern Thailand, of which I do not have
> any clue so far what species these might be.
> If anyone is interested, please have a look at some of the fotos I took
> and some descriptions on plants and their habitats at:
> New species from Thailand are numbered Spec.002 to Spec.007
> For Spec.002 it was suggested that it may be Amorph. muelleri, yet young
> leaves didn't show any red margins (not even a little bit), stems are
> kind of different than those of Amorph. muelleri and corms are of light
> orange-beige color, which I think is different as well. An adult specimen
> weighed some 20 lbs / 9kg.
> For Spec.007 it was suggested Amorph. krausei, yet the ones I found didn't
> make any rhizomatous offsets and (very unsual) the rhizomatous-like corm
> grows vertically in the ground and is pure white, turning deep violet
> few days when being at plain air.
> Any help is greatly appreciated.
> Best wishes and Happy Holidays!
> Bjørn Malkmus
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