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Re: New name.

  • Subject: Re: New name.
  • From: Lester Kallus <lkallus@earthlink.net>
  • Date: Sat, 2 Jun 2001 10:17:55 -0500 (CDT)

Thanks for the update  I've got to straighten out some items on that page as
per some recent communications so will include this.

The reason for the email rejection, incidentally, was just that earthlink was
down.  I wasn't able to get email for several hours today.  It's rare, but it

Anyway, as soon as I get a little bit of time, I'll try to update the edible
aroid pages.  As per some recent commuications, I'm saddened that my Yautia
lila isn't violaceum, but at least it's pretty.

Julius Boos wrote:

> Dear Les,
> (I tried to send this to your earthlink address and it was rejected by my
> server as an invalid address, thought you`d like to know)
> Greetings!   Lots of interest on the L nowadays!
> here is a new one I just got at a Jamaican store here, they call Colocasia
> c. antiquorum tubers ('our' Trinidadian 'eddoes') 'Minty (or minti?) coco'.
> Hope all is well with you.
> Sincerely,
> Julius

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