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arisaema or amorphophallus or what??

  • Subject: arisaema or amorphophallus or what??
  • From: caw ming <tks4ady@yahoo.com>
  • Date: Sat, 29 Jan 2011 00:44:01 +0800 (SGT)

there are 2 pot community:
pot A : arisaema_a1.jpg and arisaema_a2.jpg

pot B : arisaema_b1.jpg - arisaema_b5.jpg

there s one plant the stem pattern, i think is same in both pot A and pot B.

they is small size ( smaller then manta), live in mountain, ultra highlander. the nearest amorphophallus is A.beccarii, but beccarii in other mountain and lower elevation.

thanx very much

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