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Increasing our impact

I have been wondering: how often are Aroideana articles cited in other journals?  It seems to me that at least some of our Aroid work has broader significance in botany; but given that (at least as of 2010 when I last had access) Aroideana is not, for example, available on JSTOR, this suggests to me that few botanists outside our community are aware of what we are doing.  How can we increase our visibility to the botany community at large?
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