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Amorphophallus ID please


Amorphophiles,

would someone know which spec this might be?
It grows in China, central Yunnan province closely east from Kunming in the stoneforest (limestone) region.

Please see the attached pictures.

The position and shape of the offsets might be quite unique.
Unfortunately I did not take a picture of the petiole while it was still green; it has a nice pattern with rather  long light spots.
The wilted leaf was the second one of the season; the first one was aboout twice in hight.

Looking forward......

Happy ID-ing, Bernhard.

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