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Re: Xanthosoma is X. sagittifolium

  • Subject: Re: Xanthosoma is X. sagittifolium
  • From: ted.held@us.henkel.com
  • Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2007 12:13:56 -0400


Ah-ha!   I have just sampled the cooked rhizomes, and they have no sign of
the yellow color OR the nut-like flavor, and so to my taste they are X.

Julius has got to be just the best thing on this list. Has anyone ever seen such a demonstration of truly scientific species ID as this? A tour-de-force. Too bad he can't take a bite of them all. No need to wait for an inflorescence.

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