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Re: Alocasia cucullata

Thanks for all the A. cucullata replies.

A. cucullata gets quite big under optimal conditions, and A. odora is very
variable in size. But it is just a thought anyway!


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Subject: Re: Alocasia cucullata
Author:  <aroid-l@mobot.org> at mailgate
Date:    11/16/98 12:54 PM

Alistair, it seems hard to believe that something as relatively
diminutive as A. cucullata could be a form of something as gi-
gantic as A. odora.  Is't possible?

Don Burns   Plantation, FL USA   Zone 10b

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