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Re: [Aroid-l] Cyrtosperma merkusii--the story

Hello Brian, Julius, and everybody else who shared
there info and insight on this beautiful plant. 

The Markusii that Brian sent a link of from Hawaii
doesnt look "exactly" like the one that is growing at
Fairchild. It may very well be the same plant, since I
am no expert. But it appears that the leaf on the one
that Brian sent a link to has a softer leaf almost
like a Xanthosoma Sagitifollia when compared to an
Alocasia Odora leaf. 

Here is a link to the plant that looks identical to
the one growing at Fairchild:


Again they very well may be the same plant, or a
variation of the same plant. 


--- Brian Williams <pugturd@alltel.net> wrote:

> Here is a link of what maybe Merkusii  but it is
> listed as chamissonls I 
> am not sure if this is another large species in the
> group in most cases 
> I have seen it usually is Merkusii. I did have a
> great link to island 
> page with a young woman in front of a huge patch of
> Merkusii that were 
> around 20 feet tall. Huge plants with massive
> leaves. It seems this site 
> is no longer up. This was the closest I have seen to
> it.
> >
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