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Re: Spathiphyllum


Many thanks for the info, I will certainly go to my nearest Homebase and hunt 
for S. cochlearispathum, a species I am not familiar with. If I find one I 
will let Toby know, plus there are several Aquarists near me that I can check 
for the other species. I will post the results of my searches over this 
weekend to the list. When I lived in the US a few years ago there was a very 
miniature species widely for sale there in some supermarkets, anyone know 
which species that is? It was very attractive but I didnt find it very easy 
to grow.

Geoffrey Kibby

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