Re: Urgent Request from Tom Croat, a strange new collection (fwd)
- Subject: Re: Urgent Request from Tom Croat, a strange new collection (fwd)
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- Date: Thu, 28 Oct 2010 00:40:42 -0400
I don't know how many of you were at the Miami IAS show, but there was one vendor selling Aglaonema costatum. I bought the "mother plant" and will be happy to take pictures. I do not know if there are any flowers hiding beneath the foliage, but I will check tomorrow. I wonder, does anybody else grow this plant? It was the first time I had seen this, and of course had to have it.
Tom, did you see this plant? If so, do you still desire photos?
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-- Steve Marak
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Date: Wed, 27 Oct 2010 17:58:53 -0500
From: Tom Croat <Thomas.Croat@mobot.org>
Subject: Urgent Request to List members, a strange new collection
I have described a plant collected in a remote habitat near
the Brazilian border in Peru. It was collected by a friend in California
who has been growing it as an acuatic. It has a definitely creeping stem,
rather short petioles and in many respects looks like Aglaonema costatum.
It keyed out to Bognera and I assumed that it was a member of that genus
but Eduardo GonÃalves has some doubts and is wondering if it could have
been an escaped horticultural collection. Although that seems somewhat
unlikely I would like to see any images that any of you might have of
Aglaonema costatum in order to make a better judement. It would be
especially useful to see a close up of the spadix if any of you have that
species in flower at this time.
Thanks in advance for any help that anyone can render.
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