Differs from A. Sanderana in having leaf blades to 2 feet long and 1 foot wide, undulate.
Typically has leaves 12-24 long by 6-11" wide. The upper surface of the leaf is dark green and the midrib typically limish-white. The primary lateral veins are surrounded by white-silver zones and some clones have an extensive network of silver veinlets between the primary lateral veins. The lower surface is typically matte purple with a green-white midrib and major lateral veins. Between the laterals on the lower surface the veinlets are pale green-white. The petiole is typically 15" long and is green with dull brown variegation in he lower half. The corms are white with a tint of very pale pink. The basal lobes are connate to about 40% of their length and are typically 5-9" long.
original plant acquired from Logee's Greenhouses as Alocasia x amazonica. This name appears to have never been validly published for the hybrid A. longiloba × A. sanderiana.3,4
data regenerated on Tue, 20 Aug 2019 09:00:16 -0400 [bcm v4.0]