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Alocasia Polly + lowii

Earlier I reported the following ( see below) about Alocasia lowii. 
Although I did not get a response I will continue with some more 
results. This time we look at Alocasia x amazonica Polly It is clear 
from the leaf that it is thicker then the standard x amazonica were 
it came from via tc. I measured an equal piece of leaf and found 14 
mg for the standard and 20 mg for Polly so that fits HOWEVER it 
turns out that the DNA is equal ie 10.1 pg So Polly  is not a 
THanks Julius for the likely cv status of A. Tigrina Superba Now I 
have a more difficult one I suppose From the leaves provided by 
Denis from Silver Krome Gardens, I measured for Alocasia lowii 
Veitchii 22.3 pg and for A lowii Grandis 18.4 pg So in my opinion 
they are different species.Any comment  would be welcome 
Ben J.M.Zonneveld
Clusius lab pobox 9505
2300 RA Leiden
The Netherlands
Fax: 31-71-5274999

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