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Re: [aroid-l] .

DEar Arnould: 
 Of the three names you list (including A. clavigerum) only A. clavigerum is
valid.  The other two names A. holtonianum and A. panduratum are synonyms of
A. clavigerum. \


-----Original Message-----
From: ARNOULD [mailto:fa378717@skynet.be]
Sent: Monday, December 09, 2002 8:45 AM
To: 'aroid-l@lists.ncsu.edu'
Subject: [aroid-l] .

Hello,        Great thanks to everyone who answered my questions!    I
understand thus :Philo andreanum and melanochrysum are synonyms;Philo
angustisectum and radiatum are synonyms;Philo elegans and radiatum are 2
different but very similar species;Philo elegans is probably not a wild
species. Otherwise,I understand it's very difficult to give doubtless
accurate answers about some species!(What are the reasons of such a state?)
Can somebody answer me about anthurium clavigerum,holtonianum and panduratum
: synonyms? And enlighten me about Philos pedatum,laciniatum,florida,florida
compacta(those two last probably hybrids or cultivars)?     I particularly
adress my questions to M rs Tom Croat and Eduardo Goncalves, who seem to be
specialists in this domain and are kind enough to allow part of their time
to answer a natural enthusiast !  Incidentally,my first name is Daniel (and
not Arnould)                            Daniel Arnould          Belgium

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