Aglaonema modestum Schott ex Engl., Monogr. Phan. 2: 442 1879. (Syn: Aglaonema acutispathum N.E.Br.; Aglaonema costatum var. viride Engl.; Aglaonema laoticum Gagnep.);
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A. modestum: Petiole 10-20 cm long;  Leaf tip with long acumin (at least 2.5 cm above 1 cm width of leaf; Primary lateral veins 4-6 pairs; peduncle 5-10 cm long; spadix sessile, basal part adnate to spathe, spathe 6-9 cm long; spadix 1 cm shorter than spathe
A. simplex: Petiole 5-12 cm long;  Leaf tip not long acuminate; primary lateral veins 5-10 pairs; peduncle 4-9 cm long; spadix with 4-10 mm long stipe; spathe 3-5 cm long; spadix equalling or longer than spathe
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Aglaonema simplex (Blume) Blume, Rumphia. 1: 152. 1837.
Malayan sword
Perennial ornamental foliage plant with dark green, ovate-oblong up to 25 cm long, narrowed towards apex, with 6-8 veins on each side; spathe ovoid, spadix slightly longer.

Photographed from Delhi, grown in pots. 


After seeing the upload of … and comparing two species, I think it is A. modestum.

A. modestum: Petiole 10-20 cm long;  Leaf tip with long acumin (at least 2.5 cm above 1 cm width of leaf; Primary lateral veins 4-6 pairs; peduncle 5-10 cm long; spadix sessile, basal part adnate to spathe, spathe 6-9 cm long; spadix 1 cm shorter than spathe
A. simplex: Petiole 5-12 cm long;  Leaf tip not long acuminate; primary lateral veins 5-10 pairs; peduncle 4-9 cm long; spadix with 4-10 mm long stipe; spathe 3-5 cm long; spadix equalling or longer than spathe


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photos of Aglaonema modestum. Correct me if I am wrong.


A. modestum and A. simplex are often confused species differentiated as under:

A. modestum: Petiole 10-20 cm long;  Leaf tip with long acumin (at least 2.5 cm above 1 cm width of leaf; Primary lateral veins 4-6 pairs; peduncle 5-10 cm long; spadix sessile, basal part adnate to spathe, spathe 6-9 cm long; spadix 1 cm shorter than spathe
A. simplex: Petiole 5-12 cm long;  Leaf tip not long acuminate; primary lateral veins 5-10 pairs; peduncle 4-9 cm long; spadix with 4-10 mm long stipe; spathe 3-5 cm long; spadix equalling or longer than spathe

Yes from leaves it looks like A. modestum.



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This was shot from a nursery in Panipat…
If I am right in generic level id, please suggest the species..


It looks like Aglaonema modestum



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Re: Rhizomatous/Tuberous plant : 5 posts by 3 authors. 5 images.
This is from Rajnagar,Kumarghat,Tripura
The leaves look like those of Tacca species
This may belong to Araceae
There is only one seed inside the fruit
Kindly identify
By mistake I had sent you the first picture as that of Cucurbitaceae family

AGLAONEMA NEBULOSUM ??


Yes, appears to be a Aglaonema species, as suggested by …
But I am not sure for the species.

To me appears close to images at Aglaonema modestum Schott ex Engl.



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zingiberaceae sp at Cherrapunji for ID-PKA5 : 9 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (6)- around 400 kb each.

This zingiberaceae herb was seen at Cherapunjee. Requesting ID..


This looks other than Zingiberaceae.


Once check Aglaonema commutatum

Aglaonema nebulisum ??

Aglaonema species with comparative images in efi site so far

Please check Araceae member

To me appears close to images at Aglaonema modestum

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SK 2901 12 May 2021: 10 very high res. images.
Location: Central Nepal
Altitude: 1400 m.
Date : 02 Mayl 2021
Habitat : Cultivated
Dieffenbachia seguine (Jacq.) Schott : Leaf color may vary ?
Or Dieffenbachia latimaculata ‘Illustris’ ??


I think Aglaonema modestum Schott ex Engl. as per images and references herein.


Yes …


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