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Re: Kind Request for ID

Dear All,

Please find below the ID suggestion, that I have received from Wilbert

"...This Amorphophallus on the ID page is clearly a member of the elusive
Amorphophallus beccarii-alliance, a taxonomically very complicated small
group, endemic to Sumatra (names as A. beccarii, subcymbiformis, gracilis,
cobra, paucisectus etc. all belong to it);...The double inflorescence is
the result of the fact that the tuber is in asplitting-process and has
obviously developed two dominant apical shoots. It will develop on to
produce two independent tubers in time..."

Best regards
Marcin Wielicki

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