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Genera of Araceae

"The Gena of Araceae" by Bogner, Mayo and Boyce has been mentioned several
times recently.  The International Aroid Society has this 'bible'

Not only do you get the very impressive volume but there is also a CD that
will put the entire book on your computer.  This is very impressive....

Send your check for $135.00 to the IAS, P. O. Box 43-1853, South Miami,
Florida....  and please mark it for 'Genera'...  or something that will
tell us what it is for....

I would appreciate it if a couple of you would expound on the virtues of
this book.  It is sort of a high price to pay for a book and lots of folks
might be a little hesitant....  Would need a little encouragement to spend
this much for a book..   Tell all what you think...


Dewey E. Fisk, Plant Nut
Your Source for Tropical Araceae
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