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Re: Schismatoglottis species

  • Subject: Re: Schismatoglottis species
  • From: RAYMOMATTLA@cs.com
  • Date: Mon, 16 Jun 2008 19:45:11 EDT

Wow Peter,
I'll be waiting to see a picture of the one with leaves that can get over 3m tall, (S. cornei.)  Is that species from Sarawak as well?  Are you familiar with the very few species of Schismatoglottis from the Neotropics and if so do you think they will ever be given their own genus?  That might be a question for Eduardo too...

Michael Mattlage
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