Re: Help with Typhonium ID possible Australian spp?
- Subject: Re: Help with Typhonium ID possible Australian spp?
- From: "Wilbert Hetterscheid" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sat, 30 Oct 2010 13:42:43 +0200
I guess this is just T. roxburghii, a weed in Australasia. I do
stress again that for identification of arouids, it is almost always necessary
to open the base of the spathe and photograph the flowers and other organs in
it. Look at the Aroid genera pages on the IAS website to see why and
I acquired this species roughly two
seasons ago as the native Australain species Typhonium Brownii, but i
always had my doubts. Now it has bloomed for me i believe it may be Typhonium
eliosurum based on the description on plantNET. I have not been able to find
any good pictures of the inflorescene or the plant itself for that matter and
i have had limited experience with this genera.
It has proven coldy hardy
and maintained foliage all season even through winter with lows down to 1-2c
in the unheated glasshouse.
I have attached some
Any help would be greatly
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