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Re: Comments

Dear Dewey,

On Monroe Birdsey I would like to say that when I first went to 
Florida in 1980 for the first Aroid Meeting organized by Betty 
Waterbury, Mike Madison and Libby Besse, I had the opportunity 
to visit Monroe's famous garden and he was very kind to me.  He 
had a great knowledge of aroids and will always be remembered for 
his impact on the cultivated species and for his fine work on 

Best wishes,


Simon Mayo

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