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Re: Alocasia ID



Dear Zach & All,

I think this is a Cladium.

I have the same, but with the colour red added to it.

I got it from good Julius years ago and it originated from Trinidad.
We considered a form of C . bicolor if I remember well.

Julius said also it was (another) Amerindinan (Carib ?) plant.

Cheers,       Joep

On Nov 2, 2010, at 12:10 PM, Zach DuFran wrote:

Can anyone ID this plant, which is growing in the conservatory of the Fort Worth Botanic Gardens?
 
Thanks!
Zach
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