I received this Alocasia species just a few years ago. I believe it is a relatively newly discovered species. It has large blue green pinnate leaves. These leaves are slightly corrugated and covered with small fine hairs on the leaves. The color is similar and pattern on the foliage is what is often referred to as reticulated. This is a very odd trait for any Alocasia. The stems are off white and black banned with stripes. This is just a very odd and beautiful plant over all. It has unusual foliage unusual coloring unusual stems and unusual hairs on the foliage. After all that I would figure this plant would be an extreme pain to grow usually plant with this much character usually are. But it seems to be easy to grow. I threw it on a bench in the greenhouse and off it grew.