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RE: Amorphophallus campanulatus?


Dewey is right. All in all A. paeoniifolius (indeed the prioritised name
over A. campanulatus) is bulkier than A. konjac. The internal tissue of the
tuber is much denser, hence the fact that the tuber weights much more at
maturity. The leaf of A. konjac does not get much higher than 2 meter (which
is an exception already). Of course, the inflorescence of konjac is longer
because of the long peduncle (cheating!). More phalloid phun in Aroideana
Vol. 19.

Wilbert H.

> -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
> Van: Adao Pereira [mailto:miguelporto@mail.telepac.pt]
> Verzonden: donderdag 14 oktober 1999 1:18
> Aan: hetter@plantscope.nl
> Onderwerp: Amorphophallus campanulatus?
> Hello all!
> I wonder if A. campanulatus is the same as A. paeoniifolius. I saw a
> picture of the campanulatus' inflorescence and it was
> identical to that one
> of A. paeoniifolius.
> Also, there seems to be much confusion around leaf sizes of
> A-phalli...
> every text that I read says different sizes for these plants!
> The last one
> I saw says that A. konjac may reach 2.5 meters... I always
> thought this
> species was small... at least smaller than A. paeoniifolius
> (which I read
> that can reach only 2 meters)...
> What is the largest species of these two, afterall? And
> what's the size
> that they can get?
> Thanks for any info,
> Miguel

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