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Re: Symbiotic Anthurium


-----Original Message-----
From: Durightmm@aol.com <Durightmm@aol.com>
To: Multiple recipients of list AROID-L <aroid-l@mobot.org>
Date: Thursday, July 06, 2000 10:36 PM
Subject: Symbiotic Anthurium


Patience guys, patience!!    THIS is worth waiting for!   The last I heard
it will be out (published) in the next Aroidiana, and what an interesting
plant!  (PLANTS, actually.)   The author should be at the Sept. IAL
show/meeting at Fairchild Garden in Miami in Sept., so be there, all of
you!!!

Cheers,

Julius

>Can anyone enlarge on news that in Brazil an ANTHURIUM was found living in
a
BROMELIAD?  It is small and  lives exclusively in a specific BROM.  If this
is true it opens all kinds of doors.  Who is the distributor?  What
attrracts
it to this Brom species?    Croat should offer news of it at the Sept,
meeting     Joe







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