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Re: Help with ID please

Greg -

Perhaps just to start the debate or to be shot down - looking at my own
plant that is a bit less than half that size but in a pot in a greenhouse,
it looks like it could well be Alocasia macrorrhizos - mine being the
selection 'Bornero Giant,' but I don't know that this is necessary.
So, there's an offering for a possible ID.

Vanderbilt University
Nashville, TN

On 6/19/15 2:26 AM, "Greg Ruckert" <greg@alpacamanagement.com> wrote:

> Lots of people have liked this shot on Facebook but no one has offered a
> possible ID.
> Can anyone suggest a name? Was a little over 2m tall, infloresence at
> about 1.5m, in Lok Kowi zoological park, Sabah.
> Greg Ruckert
> Nairne,
> South Australia.
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