[Flickr] cook2022 (s cook) shared their Flickr photos with you.

Tim Chapman tim@gingerwoodnursery.com
Sun, 22 Jan 2012 18:01:25 PST
It's hard to tell what species with just an old inflorescence in fruit. Given the area it's probably C scaber or C pulverulentus.  Both have a closed bract inflorescence which opens up when the fruit are almost ripe.  Both are quite variable and have a large distribution. 

Tim Chapman

On Jan 22, 2012, at 4:59 PM, "s cook via Flickr" <no-reply-73671775N03@flickr.com> wrote:

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> Can anyone tell me what species of Costus this is? It has
> white labella, not yellow.
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