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Re: RE: Ulearum blooming

  • Subject: Re: RE: Ulearum blooming
  • From: Piabinha@aol.com
  • Date: Tue, 14 May 2002 16:35:55 -0500 (CDT)

yes, of course, his lordness is correct.  the spadix is "hairy", with weird filaments coming out of it, not the spathe.  

geoff, thanks for your email too.  is your plant sagitattum?  where did you obtain that?  mine i'm told is a new undescribed species.

i'll have to go home now and smell my sumawongii again.

>A hairy SPATHE?????????? Or do you mean a hairy appendix or spadix??? The
>latter would be understandable. But a hairy spathe.......? Now THAT would be
>Lord Ulephallus

tsuh yang in nyc

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