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[Aroid-l] Seeds of Typhonium and Biarum

Dear Aroid-lers,
	Thanks to many individuals, I am in the process of writing up my study of 
the Acids of the Seed Lipids of Araceae.  In the meantime there are still 
areas that could use a few more seed specimens.  Chief among these is 
Typhonium, especially the Australasian sp.  Another is Biarum.  If anyone 
has seeds of any species of either of these genera, viable or not, and can 
spare 2 or 3 seeds of each species, for scientific study,  they would be 
most sincerely appreciated.

With thanks for any help you can provide, Sincerely,


Victor G. Soukup PhD
University of Cincinnati
Cincinnati, OH 45221-0006

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