Re: [aroid-l] Introduction
Those are great pictures. I do have one comment/question. Granted, I'm not
knowledgeable at all about Alocasias but I have a few. You have one listed
As Alocasia sinuate. I also have what I received as Alocasia sinuata but
they look nothing alike. Here's a link to what I call sinuata
Now I think I do have the same plant as Chanrit but I have it listed as
All of my Alocasias are at this link
So, you Alocasia experts. What's the story?
At 11:36 AM 1/8/2003 +0000, you wrote:
As a new member to IAS after joined to aroid-L for a few months. I'd like
to take this opportunity to introduce myself.
My name is Chanrit Sinhabeadya and I live in Bangkok, Thailand. I have a
wide interested in plants such as aroids, gingers, ferns, epiphytic plants
or other things that look nice to me. I've been collecting native plants
around here in Thailand for a few years since I was 18 years old. Formerly
I'm interested in plants only horticultural but later, also for taxonomic
study. However as I'm studying undergraduated programme in Economics
(which is quite far from both horticulture and taxonomy), so my knowledge
of plants is fairly limited.
For aroids, I'm interested in almost all genera especially local Thai and
SE Asian species, from tuberous one as Amorphophallus and Typhonium to
climbing one like Rhaphidophora or aquatic one like Cyrtosperma,
Aglaodorum, also tiny Cryptocoryne as well.
By the way, as my english is quite poor, sometimes I don't know how to
write properly. So in the future if anyone of you here feel impolite with
my english when I post messages to the list, I have to apologise indeed.
here is a link to a thai webboard that I've just posted some of my
Alocasia pictures on it.
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