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Hey guys, let's keep this one straight: Acoroideae is/WAS a SUBfamilie
of Araceae. However, Matyas is right because most aroidologists these
days consider Acorus NOT a member of the Araceae (see Mayo, Bogner &
Boyce, Genera of..., p. 32). The most recent surveys of DNA seem to
support the removal of Acorus well. I don't know if we have to be happy
with this, but there it is!


> ----------
> From: 	grsjr@juno.com[SMTP:grsjr@juno.com]
> Reply To: 	aroid-l@mobot.org
> Sent: 	woensdag 9 december 1998 22:37
> To: 	hetter@VKC.NL
> Subject: 	Re: POSTER SESSION
> Au contrair, Acorus is a member of the Acoroideae family of aroids.
> Ray
> <GRSJr@Juno.com>
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