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Re: Enjoy Aroid l? Please tell us where you are!

  • Subject: Re: Enjoy Aroid l? Please tell us where you are!
  • From: "Christopher Rogers" <crogers@ecoanalysts.com>
  • Date: Thu, 20 Aug 2009 15:15:24 -0700

My location is down in my tag line. Here is my list:

 

Ambrosina

            basii

 

Aglaonema

            commutatus

            sp.

 

Alocasia

odora

macrorhiza

micholtitziana

clypeolata

cuprea

rugosum

 

Amorphophallus

            albus

asterostigmatus

            atroviridis

            atroviridis “midnight”

            bulbifer

            dunni (=odorata)

            eichleri

            haematospadix

            henryi

konjak

            koratensis

            obscurus

symonianus

            taurostigma

            paeoniifolius

            pygmaeus

            sp.

            sp.

            sp.

n. sp. (similar to A. linearis)

 

Anthurium

            andreanum

            bonplandii guyanum

            brownii

            crystalinum

coriaceum

gracile

jenmanii

luxurians

            pallidiflora

            pedatatoradium

            waroqueanum

            sp.

                                   

Arisaema

            concinnum

ringens

            taiwanensis

            flava

            franchetianum

            sp.

 

Arisarum

            simmorrhinum

 

Arum

            dioscoridis dioscoridis

            palestinum

            palestinum (Mt Carmel ecotype)

sintenesii

            hygrophilum

            italicum

            cyrenaicum

            pictum

 

Caladium

            bicolor

            sp.

 

Colocasia

            esculenta

           

Dracontium

            sp.

 

Dracunculus

            vulgaris

 

Gonatopus

            boivinii

 

Hapaline

            coloniae

 

Helicodiceros

            muscivorus

 

Lemna

            sp.

 

Monstera

            deliciosa

            cryptantha

            obliqua

           

Nephthytis

            swainei

 

Philodendron

            bipinnatifidum

            brandtianum

hederaceum

            mamei

            ornata

            pedatum

           

Pinellia

            pedatisecta

tripartita

 

Pseudodracontium

fallax

lacourii

sp.

 

Pothos

            sp.

 

Pycnospatha

            arietina

 

Rhaphidophora

decursiva

sp.

 

Remusatia

            vivipera

 

Syngonium

            macrophyllum

            sp.

 

Scindapsus

            pictus

 

Spathicarpa

            sagittifolia

 

Spathiphyllum

            sp.

 

Typhonium

            giganteum

            horsfieldi

roxburghii

            venosum

            sp.

           

Ulearum

            donburnsii

 

Wolffia

            sp.

 

Xanthosoma

            violaceum

            sp.

 

Zamioculcas

            zamifolia

 

Zantedeschia

            aethiopica

            aethiopica “Green Goddess”

 

 

D. Christopher Rogers

Senior Invertebrate Ecologist/ Taxonomist

((,///////////=======<

 

EcoAnalysts, Inc.

1.530.383.4798

P.O. Box 4098

Davis, CA 95616

USA

 

Invertebrate Taxonomy

Endangered Species

Ecological Studies

Bioassessment

Invasive Species

Plankton

Phycology

IDAHO ∙ CALIFORNIA ∙ MISSOURI ∙ PENNSYLVANIA ∙ VANCOUVER

WWW.ECOANALYSTS.COM  ∙ ECO@ECOANALYSTS.COM

 

In a message dated 8/20/2009 12:03:17 P.M. Central Daylight Time, Steve@exoticrainforest.com writes:

I have a proposal to make to the International Aroid Society board of directors in September and would enjoy feedback from all that subscribe to Aroid l.  Please don't think you shouldn't respond just because you haven't joined the IAS.........yet.  Part of the proposal is to hopefully give you more reasons to want to join but no one is going to be calling you or flooding your inbox with mail!

Would everyone receiving these posts today hit "reply"
right now and tell us what state or country you live in?  If you are willing, please also tell us what genera of Araceae you enjoy growing and if you have specific suggestions as to how the IAS can serve you personally please add a brief note. 

If nothing else, please let us know what part of the U.S. or world is your home.

Thanks to all and please do consider joining your fellow aroiders on September 19 and 20 at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden in Miami, FL!  There will be lots of aroids to peruse and take home, great presentations, a wonderful tropical garden with a living rain forest to explore and great food at the Saturday night dinner!  Besides, Dr. Croat does great presentations!

Good aroid growing to all of you!

Steve Lucas
www.ExoticRainforest.com


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