- Subject: Re: pics
- From: Neil Carroll <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 31 Jul 2001 11:08:53 -0500 (CDT)
Brian, The anthurium in Gallery 9 with the skinny, bumpy trilobe leaves
looks like Anthurium cutucuense. The petiole should be reddish speckled.
Were did you get it? It has only been collected a couple of times. From
Sending plants today.
From: brian williams <email@example.com>
To: Multiple recipients of list AROID-L <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wednesday, July 25, 2001 10:45 AM
>Hello! I thought I would make it known I added yet another gallery 9 to my
>website. If anyone can help with unnamed plants on the site let me know.
> Also I would like to see PICS of plants in the wild if anyone has any. I
>have only seen a few manly from DR Croats books and Aroideana. Is their any
>from people who have take trips to the jungle and have PICS to show I would
>love to see them. I wish more people would share these. I hope to someday
>to south America and collect. Would love to see what its like from the
>Not to mention how the plants I collect actually look in the wild and were
>they would be growing naturally.
> I think we should have space on the IAS website for people to show PICS
>that do not have a website. Maybe a few PICS can be sent in a posted
>monthly? Just a thought. I know adding to the website is sometimes a big
>job. But their are a lot of thinks that could be done. I think an auction
>regularly would be cool. This could raise money for the society as well as
>offer unusual plants to everyone. Of course someone would have to have
>time to mess with this. I also think that people interested in Instant
>messaging should make it known. I enjoy talking to others about trades as
>well as plants on the IM. This is a great way to communicate with other
>aroiders that should be used. I believe you can communicate well in aroid-L
>but on the IM you can talk directly to each other instantly. I have made
>friends with people this way that I would probably never have talked to
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