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Surgery on a Rotting Corpse
Canada

This Titan Arum blossom is only the second in Canada. Another one blossomed in the same location a week previously. Also known as the Rotting Corpse, the Amorphophalus Titanum grows from an underground corm, blooms rarely and for a very short time. The odor is described as that of a dead mouse.

Here a botanist collects pollen for use in Ohio.

Copyright: Clay morehead
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Uploaded: 16/05/2012
Updated: 26/06/2014
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Tags: titan arum; rotting corpse; niagara; falls; ontario; amorphophalus titanium; bloom; rare
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