Two new sets of pictures have just been added to the Hetterscheid
Collection on the Arisaema Page. There are four shots of Arisaema limbatum,
and seven of Arisaema (griffithii) cf. verrucosum. Wilbert thinks the
latter is verrucosum, and it definitely looks a lot less evil than regular
griffithi. Any other ideas?
Next time I'll be posting A. roxburghii, one of the tropical types. It has
a spadix that resembles a green and purple toothpick, and a slick upfacing
spathe hood. Stay tuned...
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