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Re: New aroid in Western Florida

Steve...I'll hold them whilst you smite them about the head with large Konjac tubers....the suspense is not affecting you alone!!!

Mr. Kyle Fletcher Baker, MCN

--- On Wed, 2/9/11, Steve Marak <samarak@gizmoworks.com> wrote:

Would someone in the know stop being coy and tell the rest of us what this
putative new Floridian aroid is? You shouldn't toy with people who aren't
used to being snowed in - we could snap at any moment.

in NW Arkansas, with 20" of new snow since 2 am this morning
... and still coming down ...

On Wed, 9 Feb 2011, Elizabeth Campbell wrote:

> I'm with Dr. Moonen - as a friend of both Steve and Julius, I'm very
> interested in discussing it! (Even though it's far removed from where I
> am.)

-- Steve Marak
-- samarak@gizmoworks.com
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