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Re 'Unknown Aroid'

Dear Aroiders

Thank you for the interest and positive responses from all those on the list
who made contact with us concerning our unidentified Aroid.
Most agree it is a species of Typhonium.  The identification is
continuing and any further input from list members will be much appreciated.
I really just wanted to say, 'Thank You', for the opportunities this list
has given me as an Aroid enthusiast.
A special thanks to Wilbert Hetterscheid and Victor Soukup for their very
knowledgeable input.

Kind Regards
Edna Parkyn

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