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Re: Aroid Database?

Dear Don,

You should try the International Plant Names Index.  It is very up to date.


With best regards,


Don Burns a *crit :

> I want to build some databases with full listings of genus, species and
> author names. Specifically I am looking for tab or comma delimited data,
> genus-species-author, to load on my PalmPilot. Several years ago
> information in this format was downloadable from Tropicos, but I don't
> believe this can be done any longer.
> Can anyone point the way to such a database?
> Don
> Don Burns
> Fort Lauderdale FL    USA
> Zone 10b

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