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Re: native North American aroids

Dear Bob,
I believe that at preasent Acorus is no longer considered an Aroid!!   There
are two species of this in N. America, one native (I believe it is C.
americanus) and the other C.palustris, is introduced.
There are Arum species established and doing well in several Western States,
and several species of Xanthosoma, Colocasia, plus  other Aroids well
established and doing well here in S. Florida.!!

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