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Colocasia kotoensis

It occurs to me...

Since I have never seen this species mentioned in English-language literature 
(indeed, had never heard of it until already preparing to go to Taiwan), I 
now-and-then wonder whether any specimens exist in cultivation in the Western 
world.  As I work on my (hopeful) Aroideana article on Colocasia kotoensis 
(and await news re: the identity of the pollinators I collected), I wonder 
whether any collections in the West would be interested enough to fund an 
expedition.  I know where it grows and how to get there, but I lack any 
import/export documents.

I know, I'm just idly dreaming....

Jason Hernandez 

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