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RE: Araceae/Lemnaceae/Acoraceae

I can just see my first hybrid between Lemna minor and Amorphophallus
titanum! Wait untill THAT one escapes into ponds........... I am sure it
even knows how to defeat Pistia!


> ----------
> From: 	Peter Boyce[SMTP:pb02kg@lion.rbgkew.org.uk]
> Reply To: 	aroid-l@mobot.org
> Sent: 	donderdag 10 december 1998 16:37
> To: 	hetter@vkc.nl
> Subject: 	Araceae/Lemnaceae/Acoraceae
> Wilbert
> Thanks very much for your comments! Many folks are certainly unghappy 
> about removal of Acorus from the aroids but will probably even 
> less happy when they discover that we are INCLUDING the Lemnaceae in 
> the aroids. Then again, nothing is new under the sun. Family 
> Acoraceae dates from 1822 and Engler merged the Lemnaceae into 
> Araceae as long ago as 1879.
> Pete
> ----------------------------
> Peter Boyce
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> Tel. (+44) (0)181 332 5207 
> email: p.boyce@lion.rbgkew.org.uk (work)
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