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Re: [Aroid-l] Is this Amorphophallus stipitatus ?

Dear Rainer,

one of the picture reminds me of albus.
See: http://aroid.org/genera/amorphophallus/albus/
See the last two pics.

I am a little puzzled, too, since my own albus has the yellowish-white

Maybe one of the aroiders could comment on the variabiltiy of the
inflorescence of albus.

Good growing,

-----Original Message-----
> Date: Tue, 12 Jun 2007 20:01:24 +0200
> Subject: [Aroid-l] Is this Amorphophallus stipitatus ?
> From: "Rainer Holtappels" 
> To: 

> Hi all, 
> last year I bought a tuber as Amorphophallus stipitatus. Now it
> builds up the first inflorescence. Because I have not found many
> pictures about stipitatus my question: is it really one ? 
> Very peculiar is, that there was developed a second spadix ( without
> spathe).  
> Best regards 
> Rainer

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