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  • Subject: AROID?????
  • From: "brian williams" <pugturd50@hotmail.com>
  • Date: Mon, 30 Jul 2001 19:36:06 -0500 (CDT)

Hello! Well, on a trip I took two summers ago to Florida. I stopped into a 
small nursery to look are a few plants. Their was a most unusual plant 
growing on a tree the collector said he had gotten it on a trip to south 
America. The plant look just like a small form or Amydrium I had seen but 
this had thorns on the stems. The leafs were much like a miniature philo 
elegance. Non of the leafs were bigger than my hands. Is their any aroids 
that vine like this that have small thorns? I talked to the guy and he said 
if it was still a live that I could have a piece. If I get the cutting I 
will post a PIC then hopefully someone could ID it for me. THANKS

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