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Re: Alocasia X "Amazonica"

  • Subject: Re: Alocasia X "Amazonica"
  • From: bs246466@skynet.be
  • Date: Tue, 17 Nov 2009 08:25:17 +0100

Sincerly,i really doubt that alocasia  x 'amazonica'was only create in late 1950...I have an old horticulture books were hybrids like x 'chelsonii',x'sedenii',x 'chantrierii',x'amazonica' and few others are described.the book was edited last 1940 i think (i have to check).All these hybrids  seem to coming if i remember well  from last 19 century,beginning of 20th century...But i have to check in the book to be sure.i will let know if i'm true or not...
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