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Re: ID needed

On Feb 2,  9:50am, Don Martinson wrote:
> Subject: ID needed

> I happened upon what is presumably an Amorphophallus species.  It resembles
> A. konjac except that it has noticable tubercles on the petiole, there are
> numerous (well, 3) leaves present at the same time, and the leaf surface is
> more glossy.
> I've asked Les to put them on the Aroid ID Web Site, but in the meantime,
> you can view them at:
> http://www.execpc.com/~llmen/mooreamorpho1.jpg      note tubercles on petiole
> http://www.execpc.com/~llmen/mooreamorpho2.jpg      note multiple petioles
> http://www.execpc.com/~llmen/mooreamorpho3.jpg      note shiny leaf surface
> Suggestions anyone?


Sure looks like A. paeoniifolius to me.


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