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[Aroid-l] Question: A. coaetaneus

  • Subject: [Aroid-l] Question: A. coaetaneus
  • From: "Allan Tetzlaff" <atetzlaff@rogers.com>
  • Date: Thu, 14 Dec 2006 18:19:37 -0500

Regarding this species, I know that it forms a chain, but mine are also looking as if they are trying to form bulbils in the main leaf axis much like A. asterostigmatus does.  I have had two forming in older leaves and now another on a clone from a different source.  Does anyone know about this or the viability?  Or what to do with them as they're one that does not like to dry out?
Allan Tetzlaff
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