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Re: Aroideana 1999

Dear Dewey,

    Thank you very much for your kind words. I am really happy to know that 
you enjoyed the articles, and I'll try to keep them coming. We have lots of 
aroids here in Brazil, and most of them are poorly known. It is not hard to 
find interesting subjects for new articles, because they are simply 
everywhere! You just have to love field work and keep your eyes open and the 
plants will take care of business by themselves!

                 Best wishes,


>One thing that was really good about the Conference in St. Louis, I had the
>pleasure of meeting Eduardo Goncalves from Brazil.  Eduardo is a very young
>man (considering most Taxonomists) and has two wonderful articles in this
>issue...  One of which was co-authored by Josef Bogner.  At an early stage
>in his career, he is playing with the 'Big Boys'.  Plus, Eduardo is quite
>the Artist.  His taxonomic drawing of Gearum brasiliense made the BACK
>COVER!!!  Keep up the good work, Eduardo.
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