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Re: Arum Id

Looks like A. dioscoridis to me. Mine are getting ready to bloom now. But my plants have lots more leaves.
D. Christopher Rogers
Invertebrate Ecologist
EcoAnalysts, Inc.
707 Dead Dead Cat Alley
Suite 201
Woodland, CA 95695


From: aroid-l-bounces@gizmoworks.com on behalf of Vincenzo Rubino
Sent: Thu 3/13/2008 9:31 AM
To: aroid-l@gizmoworks.com
Subject: [Aroid-l] Arum Id

Here's a picture of an unidientified Arum of mine (can't recall when I
got it, nor who sent it to me), can it be A. palaestinum? I named it
purpureospathum as the pot was used for this specie also, but evidently
it is not the same thing.


Any guess?
Please help, thanks.
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  • References:
    • Arum Id
      • From: Vincenzo Rubino <v_rubino@tin.it>

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