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Re: Philodendron acutatum

>From: Marc Gibernau <gibernam@MAGELLAN.UMontreal.CA>
>Reply-To: aroid-l@mobot.org
>To: tricia_frank@hotmail.com
>Subject: Philodendron acutatum
>Date: Fri, 13 Aug 1999 14:25:43 -0500 (CDT)
>Dear all,
>I'm looking for the description of Philodendron acutatum and I'll need some
>Thank you very much,
>Marc Gibernau
>IRBV / Jardin Botanique de Montreal
>4101 rue Sherbrooke Est
>Canada H1X 2B2
>Marc   Do you have the back issues of Aroideana. There are descriptions in 
>Vol 4#1 page 22, Vol 9 page 75 picture on page76 and a chart on page 197.  
>If you don't have these you should ! We also have a wonderful index 
>compiled by one of our members James Rumrill. Let me know if you need these 
>articles sent. Tricia

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