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Re: Anubias

  • Subject: Re: Anubias
  • From: "Dmitry Loginov" <dloginov@ineos.ac.ru>
  • Date: Wed, 11 Nov 2009 12:34:44 +0300 (MSK)


Thank you for this information.

Indeed, we also found that in Anubias leafs in a single plant unfold in
the same direction. The spathes of inflorescences have the same direction
of unfolding as a leaf. But leaves of different species are rolled up in
different ways. Distribution of this feature in a genus is approximately
equivalent. Also, the direction change in a single plant was not observed
yet. This property is transferred to new plants at vegetative


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