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Fwd: Philodendron

I got the following message from Ted Couillard who was asking for some help
on Philodendron lacerum.  I promised him I'd forward the question to the
aroid listserver.  If anyone can help him, please send your response to him
directly at:


>From: Ted Couillard <TCouillard@calvin-giordano.com>
>To: "'lkallus@kallus.com'" <lkallus@kallus.com>
>Subject: Philodendron
>Date: Tue, 28 Mar 2000 18:02:51 -0500
>X-Mailer: Internet Mail Service (5.5.2448.0)
>Sorry to bother you, I obtained your e-mail from your webpage.
>I was wondering if could provide me with an on line reference that has a
>botanical description (and/or jpegs) of
>Philodendron lacerum (Schoff).  This plant has been recorded in South
>Florida(introduced), so I wanted to know more about it.
>Ted Couillard

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