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Re: Philodendron DNA

All samples are believerd to be identical as P. selloum with exception to N0.3.  All are self heading and come from  private well disbursed  gardens.   N0. 3 while similar is distinctly vining.  Now is a good time for others to input info re: heading/vining P. selloums  Philo No. 3 was id'd as bipinnataphyllum but after discussions here and it' being synonymous I suspect it might be P. pinnatafidum.  I will be glad to resubmit samples w/o paper id's   inside.  I apologize for the oversight.   Joe

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