Alocasia Alba is on the smaller side of Alocasia but on the large side of commonly kept houseplant Alocasia. This may eventually need to be moved outdoors as it grows to about five feet tall. It sports large green crinkled leaves and just screams that it is an Alocasia. If your collection is full of tropical foliage plants, this one is a must-have for you.
Alocasia Alba looks similar to most Alocasia, with its palm-like growth and large umbrella leaves. The main way to tell it apart from other Alocasia would be the crinkles in the leaves and height of five feet.
This is a fairly uncommon Alocasia but it may be accessible at plant shows, auctions, and some websites. While uncommon, it does not seem too expensive.