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Amorphophallus in Australia


Hello Aroid fans! 

I just joined the list.

Does anyone on the list know of people in Australia (I live in Brisbane,
Queensland) who might be into trading or selling Aroids, especially
Amorph's, Anchomanes and Dracontiums? Getting a collection of these plants
going in Australia is very difficult; there are not that many species
available in the local horticultural trade (basically just the ubiquitous
A. bulbifer). 

I'm also looking for information relating to traditional uses of Australian
Amorphophallus species. Please get in touch if you have either information
relating to Australian Amorphophallus ethnobotany or spare seeds or tubers
of Australian A. paeoniifolius or A. galbra (naturally i'd meet any postal
expenses).

Alligator,

Des.






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