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Pseudodracontium - RIP?


has it happened?

The almighty Lord P.(lanttaxonomist) struck again????

"Molecular work on Amorphophallus and Pseudodracontium (Grob et al., 2002, 2004) however also indicates the true position of Pseudodracontium as part of Amorphophallus. When this taxonomic decision has been made, we will have to sink these IAS webpages as well..................and we will organise a fitting "in memoriam".

Quoted from: http://www.aroid.org/genera/generapage.php?genus=pseudodracontium

Just curious....


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