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Aroideana 33



	Time plays tricks at this season, and the final few weeks of the
year usually fly by with all the great articles that people have thought of
writing for Aroideana still maturing within their heads. Please don't fall
into this pattern for another year: the journal needs articles that relate
to our experiences in growing or collecting or anything else that goes a
little beyond the casual dialogues that develop on aroid-l, many of which
could easily spawn a short article.

	The deadline for text is the early part of January. There is space
for your article on your interests in this, your journal. Hope to se you
there.

Derek (derek@horticulturist.com) Always at your service.



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