ID request-24102010-PKA1: Would like to know what are this fruits..
Date/Time: 26-09-2010 / 01:45PM
Location: Jofra (9000 ft altitude) on the way to Hampta pass
– This is a fruiting spadix of an Aroid, most likely Amorphophallus sp.
– It must be two different species or genera? I can agree on the img 1189 & 1190 being Amorphophallus but the other seems to have different seeds and a different shape to the spadix.
efloraofindia: Pl. confirm the id. of the photos attached herewith. (not very good photo)
Place: Top slip, Pollachi
Road side of the Sanctuary.
Looks like the fruiting spadix of Amorphophallus sp.
Request For ID-021211 NS1 -Flora of GOA: Photographed dis plant In Goa , in wild, in Dec 2008.
This is Amorphophallus. Please check A. campanulatus
Amorphophallus campanulatus’s pics available doesn’t look similar to pics i took. I m confuse.
if the peduncle is around 15-30 cm and spadix is 8-9 cm, then it may be A. bulbifer. Please check other details. I think tuber is very important and also the bulbil.
please check … upload of A. bulbifer.
Although in mine pic seeds has no shade of red n green I think it could be Amorphophallus bulbifer.
Araceae? id requested: Id please. only the stalk was seen above the ground… Location: Hulikal
Could be one of the Arisaema species
I photographed d same sp. in Goa. … identified it as Amorphophallus sp.
It got d probable Id –Amorphophallus bulbifer. Id was nt confirmed though.
This could be a species of Amorphophallus.. ID not possible from this images..
Sending Mine pics for comparison.
This is a species of Amorphophallus. Agree with …- the herb in question posted by … is a species of Arisaema. My photographs of both for comparison are available in the archives of this group.
Yes this is Amorphophallus bulbifer. Both … and … are right. During my last visit to Barbara RF where the oldest teak plantation is been protected by the CRPF against tge threat of timber mafias, i photograph this species. Its a wild edible tuber and one of the key diet for the tribal including other 9 tubers that we had documented under Ecosystem goods. Here are mine from Odisha
How could it be possible to identify a specimen of Amorphophallus from its infructuscence. I think most of the species have same kind of berries as seen in the picture..
Completely Agreed with … I think we should wait for the flowers and leaves from the individuals those who have collected the corresponding stalks.