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Amorphophallus ID please


Amorphophiles,


would somebody recognise the species from the attached pictures?


The basic colour of the petiole is variable from green to reddish, but it always has the big white spots.


The seeds were bought in spring via ebay from the seller squeaky-buffalo as paeonifolius, it's obviously not paeonifolius.

Or could it be the paeonifolius with the smooth "stem"? (I guess not.....)


Happy id-ing,

Bernhard.




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