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Re: Xanthosoa?

I am not the expert, but my opinion is, as follows: This is the real Xanthosoma violacea (green with a purple hue), while, what commonly is named Xanthosoma violacea is in fact "Xanthosoma nigra" (deep purple leaf stalks and purplish leaf blades and 
dark red venation). Question: Has Xanthosoma nigra a taxo-standing at all?

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> Betreff: [Aroid-l] Xanthosoa?

> I have this plant labled as Xanthosoma robustum. It matched a ID in a 
> older aroideana almost perfectly. But I would be interested to hear what 
> the experts say.
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