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Re: Brazil Pics (was: P. spiritus-sancti)

  • Subject: Re: Brazil Pics (was: P. spiritus-sancti)
  • From: Piabinha@aol.com
  • Date: Fri, 9 Nov 2001 14:24:36 -0600 (CST)

hi tarzan,

(now what do you look like in a loincloth, i can only imagine...  ROFLMAO...)

anyway, the Taccarum is truly a giant one.  are there any other terrestrial brazilian aroids that grow this big, edu?

the P. cipoense is also an amazingly beautiful species.  i'm sorry i didn't take pics of the other Philo and Anthurium growing in those semi-arid places.

In a message dated Fri, 9 Nov 2001  1:50:26 AM Eastern Standard Time, "Eduardo Goncalves" <edggon@hotmail.com> writes:

> Hi Tsuh Yang,
>    This is Tarzan again! The Philo from campo rupestre is Philodendron 
> cipoense Sakur. & Mayo, an amazing species from the rocky outcrops in Minas 
> Gerais state. The new Taccarum may be published soon, since I just got 
> flowers of it. Those pictures were taken from young individuals. Adult 
> plants may have a petiole that is up to 10 cm in diameter. Pretty huge for a 
> Taccarum! The Philodendron spiritus-sancti is P. spiritus-sancti indeed! No 
> additional words are needed. I am going back to the jungle.
>                           Hakuna matata,
>                                    Eduardo.

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