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Philipp

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Sunday, November 8th 2009, 10:18pm

A. maximus?

Hello

Please find attached the photos of a very attractive way with completely behaartem petiole! Get I have as Amorphophallus maximus, but I'm not sure if the name is correct and find hardly any relevant reference material on the Internet. Who can help me?
The images are of June or July, the first photo shows a macro shot of the lower part of the petiole.

The art is by the way very slowly growing with me and makes very few subsidiary tuber (this year did not), probably it is too cold. She has no problems with dry Ãœberwinterung without pot and is otherwise quite robust.

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Monday, November 9th 2009, 6:31am

Re: A. maximus?

Hi Philip.
Unfortunately only the flowers and tubers can be seen at the IAS.
"<!-m--> < a class href="http://www.aroid.org/genera/speciespage.php?genus=amorphophallus & species = maximus = "post link" "> http://www.aroid.org/genera/speciespage... it maximus < /a > = <!-m->
Chic but simply the images at Wilbert Hetterscheid.Email you can find above in the link.
MfG Volker

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Monday, November 9th 2009, 6:48pm

Re: A. maximus?

Yes, those were the only images I've found. Then I shall ask Mr Hetterscheid times for advice, which is always very helpful.

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Monday, November 16th 2009, 11:51pm

Re: A. maximus?

So it looks like is the plant properly determined, Wilbert said that the strong hair is typically maximus for the youth leaves of A.. He also wrote that that can also be found in other species, e.g. A. impressus and A. mossambicensis, but not as strong as with maximus. Because I got one impressus recently for the first time, I am sometimes very looking forward to the emergence in the spring...

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