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Sender of Unlabelled seed

	This morning I received seeds, presumably of some aroid for my study of
the acids of the seed lipids in Araceae.  They arrived in an envelope
imprinted with C + E Interbank from Guatemala bearing Guatemalan stamps.
The name of the sender (or of any other person) is not on the envelope or
inside and there is no ID of the seeds.
	Obviously (?) the sender has seen one of my previous requests for seed and
I wish only to know your name, seed species name, in order to thank you for
sending the seed.
	Please reply directly to my email address.  Thanks for the seed and your help.

Victor G. Soukup 
Department of Biological Sciences
University of  Cincinnati 
Cincinnati, OH 45221-0006

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