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Re: [Aroid-l] Shingle Plants

  • Subject: Re: [Aroid-l] Shingle Plants
  • From: "Famille FERRY" <jpcferry2@wanadoo.fr>
  • Date: Wed, 7 Feb 2007 15:56:46 +0100

 Dear Harry,
I know very well this photograph of David Scherberich because he  was taken in the greenhouses of the botanical garden of Nancy, in the greenhouse of Aracées.
 Concurrently to R. kortalsii, there is splendid Piper sp. who comes from Sumatra. It was collected in 1980 by  Patrick  BLANC( museum histoire naturelle de Paris)  at  Sumatra.
Best wishes .
Geneviève FERRY
Jardin botanique de NANCY
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, February 06, 2007 11:49 PM
Subject: [Aroid-l] Shingle Plants

I have been looking at pictures again and I guess I should not. I see so many shingle plants I want and so many questions I have. So here's the first.
All of these were taken in Costa Rica and one from Panama by Michael Walltis of Black jungle. They are so interesting and I suspect all are Monstera but one but I really don't know. Any ideas?
Also here is a picture that has fascinated me for a while that I have always wondered about. It's not the R korthalsii but the tiny shinlger to the left of it. What I would give for that plant.
Last but not least. Peter, it looks like you have recently removed all the Rhaphidophora from the Malesiana site. Will they return?
Harry Witmore
Cloud Jungle Epiphytes

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