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Re: [Aroid-l] Amorphophallus titanum goes Hollywood

At 07:37 PM 2/10/2006, Hal or Nancy Robinson wrote:
But the writers said the Amorphophallus was a genetic mutant.  Lots of noise
at my house over that remark.
Nancy  Tennessee
I now recall that they also showed WITH GREAT DISTASTE, a selection of Bromeliads, which looked like Neoregelias, and remarked that they were the result of derantged "experiments"!


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