Re: New photo

Dear Richard,
How does one put her name on the list to be notified if this plant becomes
available?  My first attempt at pendulus was a failure, but I would love to
have another shot at it.
Sue Zunino
-----Original Message-----
From: Richard Mansell (BIO) <>
To: <>
Date: Tuesday, March 10, 1998 1:20 AM
Subject: New photo

>Greetings:  I received this message from Ron Gagliardo at the Atlanta
>Botanical Garden.  The address for the photo is:
>This plant appeared in a batch of Amorphophallus planted out from our
>lab in Oct. 97.  At that time, we had 5 species in culture, A.
>curvistilus, gigas, knojac, titanum and variabilis.  Some of these other
>species are seen in the background.  This particular one is most likely
>a mutant of A. konjac, but we can't be 100 % sure because when it came
>up in the greenhouse, it was among the tc plants, but without a label.
>It does look like A. pendulus in the Aroideana photo, but we have never
>had A. pendulus at ABG and of course, never had it in tissue culture.
>So, that's the story.  Of course, we plan to put this clone back in
>tissue culture and hope it comes true.
>He thought you might be interested in seeing the plant.
>Richard L. Mansell                             Phone: H(813) 961-7072
>Biology Department, LIF 136                           W(813) 974-1588
>University of South Florida                    Fax:    (813) 974-1614
>Tampa, FL 33620
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