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[Aroid-l] Aquatic Aroid Distribution

  • Subject: [Aroid-l] Aquatic Aroid Distribution
  • From: "Horak, David" davidhorak@bbg.org
  • Date: Thu, 6 Jan 2005 12:43:28 -0500
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  • Thread-topic: Aquatic Aroid Distribution

Hello All,

We have an abundant number of seed grown Typhonodorum lindleyanum and
Lasimorpha senegalense plants available for distribution. I know that
many of you would probably have an interest, but unfortunately we can
only offer these to other institutions at this time. The Typhonodorums
are about 12 - 14 inches tall and the Lasimorphas are about 6 - 8 inches

These are wonderful plants. The parents are very large and readily
produce fertile seed, either from self-pollination or parthenogenesis. I
cannot be sure which.

Please contact me with requests or for additional information.

Dave Horak
Curator of Orchids and the Robert W. Wilson Aquatic House
The Brooklyn Botanic Garden
Brooklyn, NY 11225
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