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Phalloid matters


Two phalloid matters:

1) in the recent past I have had several questions as to the identity of
Amorphophallus A-103 (A. kerrii) as distributed by mrs. Chen Yi. I may have
suggested to some of you that it could be Am. napalensis. Such is not the
case, however. It is Amorphophallus albus.

2) next monday the requested surplus phalloid tubers to all ye nuts will be
inspected by a phyto officer and then shipped. So far, NOBODY will end up
empty handed. Of course, NO "order" could be entirely satisfied. When the
shipments are actually mailed, I'll let you know.


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