Re: Amorphophallus impressus question
- Subject: Re: Amorphophallus impressus question
- From: "Wilbert Hetterscheid" <email@example.com>
- Date: Sun, 25 Jul 2010 12:51:08 +0200
I have seen a few very young leaves of impressus with hairs. It is a
juvenile aspect that is very erratically spread over a few east African
species and then within these species. Even the red spots may be nothing
more than a juvenile character and disappear with age. That doesn't rule out
that the plants are not really impressus but that will only become apparent
when they flower.......
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> Verzonden: woensdag 21 juli 2010 6:39
> Aan: Discussion of aroids
> Onderwerp: Re: [Aroid-l] Amorphophallus impressus question
> A. impressus is perfectly glabrous (hairless) in my
> experience, like most species. It will have markings not
> dissimilar to yours in the juvenile state and sometimes at
> the base of the petiole but usually the mature petiole is
> entirely light green. It resembles A.
> mossambicensis vegetatively.
> It helps to know the origin of one's plants- where is this
> from? Mine is from "coastal Tanzania" and was collected by
> Ernst Specks.
> Dylan Hannon
> On 18/07/2010, M.van_Dinther@lumc.nl <M.van_Dinther@lumc.nl> wrote:
> > I have recently aquired an Amorphophallus impressus tuber with
> > offsets. It produced a petiole with small hairs on it (see link),
> > which I have not seen with any other species of
> Amorphophallus that I
> > have in culture. I have looked in the literature to see if this is
> > normal for A.impressus, but could not find any information
> on this. Can anybody tell me if this is normal?
> > Thanks!
> > Maarten van Dinther
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