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[aroid-l] Newest pix (will it ever end..............)

  • Subject: [aroid-l] Newest pix (will it ever end..............)
  • From: "Wilbert Hetterscheid" hetter@worldonline.nl
  • Date: Sun, 30 Mar 2003 19:16:21 +0200
  • Importance: Normal


News from the IAS website:

1) Thomas Mottl has created a link on the Anthurium opening page to a list
of all species treated on the website and the TAP-site. New pictures and
texts are highlighted with the button "New" (what else is new.....). The
newest pix are courtesy by M.J. Hatfield and David Scherberich. Thanks guy &

2) some extra pix of a real big 'un Amorph. konjac

3) new to Arisaema: Ar. victoriae. Gotta see that one. Weird.

4) some major changes to the Arum pages: the pix formerly under Arum
besserianum turned out to be Arum sintenisii; some pix on the Arum elongatum
page turned out to be Arum balansanum. So old pix now at new links
(balansanum & sintenisii).

That's all folks! Enjoy.

Wilbert et al.

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