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[Aroid-l] FW: anthurium scandens

I guess this was meant to be sent to the aroid-L......

Good growing,

-----Original Message-----
> Date: Thu,  9 Mar 2006 18:47:47 +0100
> Subject: anthurium scandens
> From: bs246466@skynet.be
> To: StroWi@t-online.de

> There is an anthurium scandens here in the greenhouse with attractive
> berries....i have take one to see the flavour,and it's seem very
> sweet,and it is.....So are the fruit of a scandens
> edible,or should i have to die nearly?....(hehehe)
> Are some anthuriums know for his edible fruits?
> -------------------------
> Dear Lord P.(lanttaxonomist)thanks for this final
> identification!Yours,Bernhard.-----Original Message-----> Date: Tue,
>  7 Mar 2006 16:14:42 +0100> Subject: RE: [Aroid-l] Amorph
> Identification> From: "Wilbert Hetterscheid" > To: "'Discussion of
> aroids'" > Hi Bernhard,> > This is Am. lambii indeed.> > Cheerio,>
> Wilbert_______________________________________________Aroid-l mailing

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