This is a small plant with the leaves in a rosette and with the lamina in almost a straight line to the petiole.
The leaf surface is deep blue-grey with darker veining and with the backs of the leaf red-purple.
The colour is stopping abruptly at the top of the petiole.
It is abundant on limestone outcrops in swampy forest at Mulu and perhaps elsewhere in NE Sarawak (Malaysia).
It had only two leaves and soon it died.
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Asian Flora - Alocasia reginae
Tropicos: Alocasia reginae
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