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Re: [aroid-l] Book and Plant questions

  • Subject: Re: [aroid-l] Book and Plant questions
  • From: "Eugene Hoh" hohe@symphony.net.au
  • Date: Tue, 14 Jan 2003 19:35:55 +1100

Hello Michael,

The Schismatoglottiideae book was issued as a volume of Telopea: A Journal of
Plant Systematicsand should be available from the Gardens in Sydney - they have
a  Telopeasite with subscriptions info, and some articles temporarily online.
(The Gardens Shop also sells copies, but I'm not sure that it's offered online.)

Here's  where there is a PDF of that volume (pics are only low resolution,

The main Telopea site is at http://plantnet.rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au/Telopea/index.html

If unsuccessful with these links, some bibliographic info:

Telopea,Volume 9, Part 1, 2000.
A. Hay and Yuzammi. Schismatoglottiideae (Araceae) in Malesia I -
Schismatoglottis. Pp. 1-177.
J. Bogner and A. Hay. Schismatoglottiideae (Araceae) in Malesia II - Aridarum,
Bucephalandra,  Phymatarum and Piptospatha. Pp. 179-222.

(Alistair - if you happen to be on aroid-L - hello! hope you're well - & hope
you don't mind me mentioning  the online version of your work, rather than just
telling people to order hard copies...)


Eugene Hoh
Sydney, Australia

Mattlagem@aol.com wrote:

> Does anyone know where I could find a copy of The Schismatoglottidinae or
> Schismatoglottis of Malesia,  sorry can't remember how it is named, but it is
> by Alistair Hay.  If I can remember correctly it was put out by the Royal
> Botanic Gardens-Sydney. Also, does anyone know of a source for Homalomena
> speariae? Thanks,  Michael M.

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