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Re: looking for Raphidophora celatocaulis

Hi Geoff

Your white variegated 'Rhaphidophora' is Monstera dubia. This will
eventually produce very large, deeply divided leaves. This is the same plant
that we have at Kew (unlabelled!!)

The green-leaved plant is Rhaphidophora hayi, a newly recognized species due
to be published in August in the Garden's Bulletin Singapore. This is a
remarkable plant that retains its juvenile architecture into adulthood
('neoteny'). It is native to Australia (Queensland), Papua New Guinea (both
the mainland and the islands of Woodlark and New Ireland, and Papua Bharat
(Irian Jaya). It is related to R. pachyphylla (New Guinea) and R. parvifolia

Best wishes


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