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CHOICE PLANT SOURCES?

  • Subject: CHOICE PLANT SOURCES?
  • From: "Ron Iles" <roniles@eircom.net>
  • Date: Wed, 13 Jun 2001 15:38:24 -0500 (CDT)

Hi, Folks!

Myles Challis Curator of the Living Rain Forest UK. 20,000 sq feet needs
desperately:
ANTHURIUM ELEGANS
ANTHURIUM CLAVIGERUM
ANTHURIUM HOLTONIANUM
ANTHURIUM SIGNATUM
ALOCASIA TIGRINA SUPERBA
ALOCASIA MAXIMILLIANA
ALOCASIA ZEBRINA TYPES (sim. looking sps)
DIEFFENBACHIA IMPERIALIS
PHILODENDRON DEVANSAYEANUM
Calathea eximia, C. veitchiana, C. rotundifolia fasciata
If anyone can supply or exchange, please post on Aroid-L or contact me on
email roniles@eircom.net or Myles at the Living Rain Forest (20,000 sq.ft
indoor Conservational Education Jungle).

Myles is not on-line though the :Living Rain Forest is.  He is also not an
IAS Member.....Yet!

Dany Hervelle seeks Alocasia princeps & A. heterophylla.

KSG of Bangalore & Madras had or have many choice & affordable aroids.  I
have not been able to trace either Kasturi Rangan or Mukundan (Member of
IAS?), the principals.  Can anyone help with current tel/fax #'s or
email/snail mail addresses please!   In the 80's KSG were sent virtually ALL
my forms of Spathiphyllum as well as Marantaceae so it could be a priceless
"Reserve".

Right!   You Aroid-L lurkalots.  If you aren't IAS Members

PLEASE - WILL - YOU - JOIN - THE - IAS?

"Feel Good Factor" to Everyone!

Ron Iles (IAS NewsEd)





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