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[Aroid-l] Aglao X Dieffen

  • Subject: [Aroid-l] Aglao X Dieffen
  • From: Brian Williams pugturd@alltel.net
  • Date: Fri, 20 Jan 2006 18:47:48 -0500

I am not sure if they are or not. They look to be aroids but it seems no one knows for sure who or what they are. I am trying to find out who breed them. As for the colocasia alocasia hybrid I believe bognor did this years ago but from what I remember reading it was so mutated and deformed it did not survive. I believe this is in a aroideana? I will try to look it up. I have not heard anything on this Japanese hybrid it would be interesting to see or to know who the parents were. I have tried many times to breed them with no luck. I have tried many odd crosses on aroids. I have many times come up with berries only to hold mutated or deformed seed. Non with good seed. Caladiums and xanthosomas are ones I have been trying and comeing with some near misses LOL. Caladiums seem to be better at producing berries for me at least but still not seed of use.
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