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Re: Amorphophallus abyssinicus

Dear All:

I also bought my bulb in California.  On examining it
closer, it certainly fits the description of a
Gonatopus.  It is still dormant, but there is not even
a hint of a depression where the bud is.  It is flat
as a pancake.  I have e mailed the supplier for more
information on this mix-up.  Thank you so much for all
of the information that everyone sent.  I am no longer
floundering around alone and ignorant!

Elizabeth Peters
Camas, WA

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