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Re: Amorph parvulus

Just got the following from Peter.  Confirms the ID....

>From: "Peter Boyce" <p.boyce@rbgkew.org.uk>
>To: plantnut@macconnect.com (plantnut)
>Date: Wed, 12 Jul 2000 07:44:06 +0100
>MIME-Version: 1.0
>Subject: Re: Amorph parvulus
>Priority: normal
>Morning Dewey
>Yup, it's parvulus.
>Thanks also for the other pics - do you grow many Tacca?
>Peter Boyce
>Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
>Richmond, Surrey
>TW9 3AE
>Tel. (+44) (0)20 8 332 5207
>fax. (+44) (0)20 8 332 5278
>email: p.boyce@rbgkew.org.uk (work)
>       boyce@pothos.demon.co.uk (home)

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