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Re: Aroid-L P. XANADU

Julius might answer that if he's feeling up to it, but I 
want to say, particularly for Julius' interest, that last 
night I saw the movie Frost Nixon, and during the 
interview in a private house in California between Frost 
and Nixon, there was on a nearby table a magnificent 
little philodendron which somewhat resembled the usual 
form of Xanadu, but the leaves were suggestive of the 
original sp. of which Julius showed us a photo.  It also 
made me think of  the "Mini Selloum" Julius wrote about.

Any comments anyone?


On Mon, 24 Aug 2009 07:28:11 -0700 (PDT)
  Eric Schmidt <leu242@yahoo.com> wrote:
> Is it possible that some of the clones of P. xanadu are 
>hybrids with P. bipinnatifidum ?
> Eric
> Orlando,FL
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