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RE: [Aroid-l] Update on Philippine Alocasias

  • Subject: RE: [Aroid-l] Update on Philippine Alocasias
  • From: George Yao gcyao@mydestiny.net
  • Date: Sun, 16 Jul 2006 23:40:59 +0800

Hello Michael,

I believe Ms. Medecilo saw a population of A. sinuata in Samar. As for the A. atropurpurea, someone is trying to tissue culture it. It's from an altitude of about 1,800 meter asl, so it might be able to stand a lot of cold.


At 7/13/2006 08:10 PM, you wrote:

George , thanks for the update , its fantastic that more species are being found .
Has anyone found Alocasia sinuata in the wild again ?
I hope A.atropurpurea will be mass propagated , I would love to grow it .

Michael Pascall,

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