Viewing miscellaneous database proposals by admin

8 found:

Proposal info Date Details
Typhonodorum (Typhonodorum lindleyanum)
Proposal: image_delete
Status: Approved

Propid: 46497

Apr 27, 2012 8:34 PM Iid: 29260
Explanation: I wish my photo to be removed.
Hanging Lobster Claw (Heliconia rostrata)
Proposal: image_delete
Status: Approved

Propid: 46496

Apr 27, 2012 8:31 PM Iid: 76457
Explanation: I wish my photo to be removed
Parrot's Beak (Heliconia psittacorum)
Proposal: image_delete
Status: Approved

Propid: 46495

Apr 27, 2012 8:29 PM Iid: 76456
Explanation: I wish my photo to be removed
Screw Pine (Pandanus spiralis)
Proposal: image_delete
Status: Approved

Propid: 46494

Apr 27, 2012 8:26 PM Iid: 76695
Explanation: I wish my photo to be removed
Giant Swamp Taro (Cyrtosperma merkusii)
Proposal: image_delete
Status: Approved

Propid: 43727

Mar 31, 2012 1:08 AM Iid: 50761
Explanation: I wish my photos to be removed
Lasia (Lasia spinosa)
Proposal: image_delete
Status: Approved

Propid: 43726

Mar 31, 2012 1:06 AM Iid: 50760
Explanation: I wish my photos to be removed
Lasia (Lasia spinosa)
Proposal: image_delete
Status: Approved

Propid: 43725

Mar 31, 2012 1:05 AM Iid: 50759
Explanation: I wish my photos to be removed
Voodoo Lily (Amorphophallus bulbifer)
Proposal: comment_edit
Status: Declined

Propid: 35478

Feb 25, 2012 5:10 PM Body: Amorphophallus bulbifer is dormant during the winter period. When the weather warms up the tuber will either produce flowers, if it is large/mature enough, or a leaf. The flowering is typical of a aroids, with a central column called the spadix, surrounded by a sheath called a spathe. The spadix has numerous inconspicuous flowers lower down, the upper ones being male and lower the female. The inflorescence produces a scent like decaying meat attracting pollinating insects which are more interested in carrion rather than nectar. Not long after the flowers wither the leaf begins to grow. There won't be a leaf and flowering at the same time. The tuber then relies on the leaf and roots over the growing season to replenish the energy taken out by the flower and any seeds that may have formed. At the end of the season nutrients are withdrawn from the roots and leaf which then wither. The tuber needs to remain dry and reasonably warm until the next growing season. As the name \"bulbifer\" suggests, the plant does produce bulblets on the leaf in the leaflet axils. They can produce something like up to 9 of these bulblets which will all grow into small plants in the following season. The multiplier effect means that before long you could end up with many plants as the young plants will also produce some bulblets in their first year.
Cid: 3327

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