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[aroid-l] What are these aroids?

  • Subject: [aroid-l] What are these aroids?
  • From: "Chanrit Sinhabaedya" siamanthus@hotmail.com
  • Date: Fri, 18 Oct 2002 13:05:24 +0000

Please take a look at the first and second picture at this link,

What are they?
The first picture was collected from south tip of peninsular Thailand. And sometimes when the humidity turn high, it can produce plantlets on the leaves vein. Somebody told me it's Aglaodorum sp.

The second one was collected from the same area as the first one. it has stilt root and its stem creeping horizontally on the humus rich soil. Is it Amydrium?

How about the ninth picture? Does anyone has any idea what is this Typhonium?

Bangkok Thailand.

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