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A. rivieri. I'll have to look that up. LariAnn, the smaller ones are projections that broke off from the bigger one. I suspected those are the future 'babies' that I saw after the main bulbs withered. Thank you.
Tommyr2006, it's Konjac. See other photos from my link above. Only mine, that once has bloomed and the stalk center is detoriating. I hope the small bulblets will survive and give me some offsprings. The plants have given me lot of fun time watching them grow over the years.
My Konjacs today. I've one that's about 3.5 feet tall that accompanied by many little ones. Here is one of the newest addition to the pot. I've 5-6 offsprings in this container. All total the big one, plus all the little small bulbs/tubers were planted after I raised my I.D. question above.