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Re: Anthurium trineve/Homepage

Ihr Name escreveu:

> Aroiders,
> is A. trinerve the only member in sect. Tetraspermium with persistantly
> errect spathe?
> And some questions to all of you which I need for preparation my
> forthcoming Homepage.
> 1. Would there be an interest when I digitalize parts of "Martius Flora
> Brasiliensis Vol III part 2 Araceae(There is no more copyright on it)
> and integrated to my website?
> 2. Would there be an interest when I take collected informations to each
> Aroid species like translating the latin name in English, where the
> species is cited and later the text of the first description when there
> is also no copyright on it?
> I asked that because I did not want that you come and see only "boring
> stuff" on the sites, when theres no interest I can save a lot of work to
> me and making only a picture gallery without or only less informations.
> So please let me know it.
> With best wishes
> Thomas Mottl
> moto_do@t-online.de

  Dear fellow,
Just go ahead.Good luck;I await your site.Tks
Beny F.Harder

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