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Re: Gonatopus

  • To: Multiple recipients of list AROID-L <aroid-l@mobot.org>
  • Subject: Re: Gonatopus
  • From: "Peter Wunderlin" <pmdes@iafrica.com>
  • Date: Mon, 26 Jun 2000 20:39:15 -0500 (CDT)

Hi Everybody,
are all varieties of Gonatopus prone to get weedy?
Gonatopus are endemic to southern eastcost of  Africa. I live in Durban but
have never really come across them.
It is maybe further up north.
Regards
Peter
----- Original Message -----
From: Paul Tyerman <tyerman@dynamite.com.au>
To: Multiple recipients of list AROID-L <aroid-l@mobot.org>
Sent: Monday, June 26, 2000 4:56 AM
Subject: Re: Unidentified aroids


> OK.... I now have to ask.....
>
> What the hell is a Gonatopus?????
>
> Never heard of it until the other day, and now it's popping up in nearly
> every email to the list.  Can someone give me some details, pictures or
> whatever?  I'm intrigued to say the least.
>
> Cheers.
>
> Paul Tyerman
> (Canberra, Australia)
>
> At 09:30  25/06/00 -0500, you wrote:
> >Jody,
> >You had it listed as Arisaema and I did not look at it because I know
> >nothing of Arisaemas....
> >
> >BUT, you DO have Gonatopus!  It is like a disease....  I suggest that you
> >put it in a pot at least 20 inches off the ground...  the roots will
travel
> >and send up little ones...  the leaves will fall off and start new
ones...
> >In a couple of years you are going to have a 'lawn' that you may not
> >want...  Actually, it depends on where you live.  If you are lucky enough
> >to live where the ground freezes, you will be spared...  Otherwise, you
> >will *never* get rid of it!!!  You have my condolences....
> >Dewey
> >
> >
> >>Jody,
> >>Can't help you with the others...  but, your unidentified Anthurium
looks
> >>like Philodendron callosum to me...  But, like Denis Miller says....  "I
> >>could be wrong....."
> >>Dewey
> >>
> >>
> >>>Dear aroiders,
> >>>
> >>>I have posted some photos of three unidentified aroids on my website:
one
> >>>Amorphophallus, one Arisaema, and one Anthurium. I have also posted a
photo
> >>>of my Anthurium pedato-radiatum if any of you are interested in seeing
it.
> >>>Your assistance in identifying these plants will be greatly
appreciated.
> >>>
> >>>http://www.plantapalm.com/_private/unidentified_amorph.htm
> >>>http://www.plantapalm.com/_private/unidentified_arisaema.htm
> >>>http://www.plantapalm.com/_private/unidentified_anthurium.htm
> >>>--
> >>>Jody Haynes
> >>>Corresponding Secretary, Editor & Webmaster
> >>>Palm & Cycad Societies of Florida (PACSOF)
> >>>  Virtual Palm & Cycad Encyclopedias
> >>>  Website: <http://www.plantapalm.com>
> >>>              &
> >>>Seedbank Facilitator, Webmaster & List Owner
> >>>Azafady Madagascar Seedbank
> >>>  Website: <http://www.azafady.org>
> >>>  E-mail List: <madagascarseed@egroups.com>
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
>
> Cheers.
>
> Paul Tyerman
> Canberra, Australia.  USDA equivalent - Zone 8
> mailto:tyerman@dynamite.com.au
>
>
>







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