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Re: Rhaphidophora checklist?


Jack,
If you are like me....  you will find the book very frustrating....  So
many plants and so little time and space....  Can't grow them all...  but I
try.
Dewey

>I found the following publication at Koeltz Scientific
>Books(http://www.koeltz.com):
>
>TITLE : Hay, A., J. Bogner, a.oth.: Checklist and Botanical Bibliography of
>the Aroids of Malesia, Australia, and the Tropical Western Pacific Region.
>1995. (Blumea,Suppl.8).210 p.gr8vo.
>
>The above is suppose to list 1437 species and include New Guinea.  Perhaps
>it might have some information on our mystery Rhaphidophora. I suspect this
>is in the libraries of many of you Aroid folk; I ordered a copy for myself.
>Nothing like a good bibliography to get one on the right track.  $34 US.
>
>jack in Oregon







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