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[Aroid-l] Oh, these neverending Amorphphallus IDs


here in "Central Europe" ( in this case Germany and Switzerland ) a
number of Amorphpophiles have got  A. muelleri from a seller from
Thailand via ebay.

After the plants grew a leaf some frowning is going on, if they have
really muellerii or something else.
What concerns mostly is that (most of) the plants do not have a smooth
petiole, but rather a "knopped" one like I know only from paeonifolius
(but there are probably more species with that trait).

The usual suspects/experts are invited to have a look at the following
URLs (you might have to do a bit of scrolling...):


Thanks for your interest ansd time.....
And looking foreward to....


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