The connection to Heidelberg is there. My âMunich cloneâ also has a deeper history in Heidelberg and is almost certainly a collection by Werner Rauh but none of the Heidelberg databases comes up with something and tells us the whereabouts of their specimen is âunknownâ.
I may have to ask Josef Bogner again if his material also originated from Heidelberg.
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Aan: Discussion of aroids
Onderwerp: Re: [Aroid-l] Fw: Unknown aroid in the Bot Garden Bochum, Germany
thanks for the clarification and then hint on the leaf shape.
Those points let the two guys from Bochum doubt hat it might be G. angustus.
They are the youngest members of the gardeners team in Bochum and all they know is that the plant is labeled as G. boivinii and that it came from the Bot. Garden Heidelberg.
I will update them with your info....
Betreff: Re: [Aroid-l] Fw: Unknown aroid in the Bot Garden Bochum, Germany
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It is indeed Gonatopus angustus (syn. G. rhizomatosus). This must be a child of the Munich clone (as on the IAS website) that deviates considerably from many others of the species in having very short and broad leaflets, whereas more typically the leaflets are narrow lanceolate to even almost linear.
could someone know or suggest what spec. is shown in the picture in post #1 here:
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