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Re: Phyllotaenium

  • Subject: Re: Phyllotaenium
  • From: Peter Boyce <phymatarum@gmail.com>
  • Date: Fri, 24 Jan 2014 08:20:36 +0800

Anna, Tom.
Eduardo is working on this.

On 10 January 2014 20:05, Anna Haigh <aroidhaigh@gmail.com> wrote:
I see in several places (incluing the Uberlist) Phyllotaenium lindenii is now considered an accepted name for what was in Caladium. However I cannot find any references for this. Can anyone let me know if there is a publication, or if not, who has resurrected it any reasoning behind this?

Many thanks,

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