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C. Fontanesii ID

  • Subject: C. Fontanesii ID
  • From: Brian Williams <pugturd@alltel.net>
  • Date: Tue, 16 Oct 2007 10:06:26 -0400

This is just some thoughts I have had on this group. I have been trying 
to breed with Colocasia illustrius for sometime it seems to me to be 
sterile. It rarely if ever produces pollen and the female section seems 
to never fully develop. Could this be a affinis X esculenta hybrid? 
Possibly a natural hybrid?  As for bicolor the few pics I have seen 
almost look like fallax X affinis hybrids that is unless what I have 
seen is that hybrid and I have not actually seen the true species. I am 
sure I could be wrong on this but it has crossed my mind more than a few 
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