Amorphophallus prainii Hook. f. 

Amorphophallus prainii Hook. f. 

Protologue: Fl. Brit. Ind. 6 (1893): 516  Synonyms:  Amorphophallus bintangensis Ipor, Tawan & Meekiong: Amorphophallus loerzingii Alderw.; Amorphophallus panomensis Gagnep.  Description:  Tuber depressed-globose, 4-25 cm in diam., 2.5-15 cm high, dark brown outside, orangeish inside, rootscars annuliform thickened, tuber multiplying by gradual off setting or splitting. Leaf solitary, occasionally paired. Petiole smooth, rarely slightly rugulose …

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Amorphophallus paeoniifolius (Dennst.) Nicolson 

Amorphophallus paeoniifolius (Dennst.) Nicolson 

Protologue: Taxon 26 (1977): 338  Synonym:  Amorphophallus campanulatus Decne; Amorphophallus campanulatus var blumei Prain; Amorphophallus campanulatus f. Darnleyensis F.M. Bailey; Amorphophallus decurrens (Blanco) Kunth; Amorphophallus malaccensis Ridl.; Amorphophallus paeoniifolius var. campanulatus (Decne.) Sivad.; Amorphophallus rex Prain; Amorphophallus rex Prain ex Hook. f.; Amorphophallus sativus Blume; Amorphophallus virosus N.E. Br.; Arum campanulatum Roxb. [illegitimate]; Arum decurrens …

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Amorphophallus spectabilis (Miq.) Engl. 

Amorphophallus spectabilis (Miq.) Engl. 

Protologue: in A. & C. DC., Monogr. phan. 2 (1879): 316 Synonym: Conophallus spectabilis Miq. Description: Tuber to 20 cm in diam. Leaf solitary. Petiole nearly smooth, dark green with grey and brown spots, 100-150 cm long. Lamina 100-150 cm in diam., rachises distally narrowly winged, proximally unwinged. Leaflets narrowly elongate elliptic to elongate elliptic, …

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Amorphophallus muelleri Blume 

Amorphophallus muelleri Blume 

Protologue: Rumphia 1 (1837): 143  Synonyms:  Amorphophallus blumei (Schott) Engl. [illegitimate]; Amorphophallus burmanicus Hook. f.; Amorphophallus carnosus Engl.; Amorphophallus erubescens Hett.; Amorphophallus oncophyllus Prain ex Hook. f.; Amorphophallus planus Teijsm. & Binn.; Amorphophallus timorensis Alderw.; Amorphophallus muelleri (Blume) Schott; Conophallus blumei Schott [illegitimate]; Conophallus muelleri (Blume) Miq.; Conophallus planus (Teijsm. & Binn.) Miq.  Description:  Tuber …

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Cultivations of Amorphophallus

Growing Amorphophallus species in equatorial Indonesia is not as difficult as in countries with four seasons. The Indonesian climate is almost entirely tropical with only two major seasons, wet and dry seasons.  Most Indonesian Amorphophallus can adapt to many types of Indonesian soils. It is to be noted that well drained and aerated soil is …

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