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[[start page]] [[Original?]] 2845 Terrestrial, near creek_ ^[[unicum?]] Bamboo 2846 [[Guadua?]] Erect [[strikethrough]] [[?]] [[/strikethrough]] clumps with increasingly thicker shoots as they come up from rhizome (not sure is the same as climbing one collected yesterady (2829). Thicker shoots up to 3 cm, starting as culms of less than 1 cm. Erect and then arching over [[?]] about 8 m tall beautiful rhizome (collected) showing the increase of size Smooth culm, with some white wax when young. Center leaf [[image: drawing of leaf looks like large printed capital A]] smooth almost? or [[?]] when dry. Spring - no [[end page]] [[start page]] flower. Leaves very large lanceolate, [[strikethrough]] which [[/strikethrough]] wide Also in upper or gorges branches the leaves are narrower. (It seems it is the same collected early as [[2823?]] but then was a very young, the beginning of a new clump. FAA: Buds & leaves (2 v.) rhizome & bulky material. [[yellow highlighted]] Photos [[/yellow highlighted]]: few in color (but poor light) ^[[x check the B&W photos: Roll # 16 looks like is a mixture of this [[guadua?]] and the thin one collected early_
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