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Aroideana 39N1 Is Out

  • Subject: Aroideana 39N1 Is Out
  • From: Albert Huntington <amasakih@gmail.com>
  • Date: Tue, 1 Mar 2016 21:04:44 -0800


  Just a note to the list that the first issue of Aroideana ( V39#1 ) is out, and a link to access it has been emailed to all members in good standing ( along with a reminder to pay your dues if you are in danger of not meeting that first requirement ).  Please check your SPAM FOLDER if you have not received your notification.

  This is the first edition this year, when Aroideana has been taken online-only. Weighing in at over 300 pages and containing Dr. Thomas B. Croat's epic Revision of Philodendron from the Lita-San Lorenzo Region as well as articles on new Piptospatha and Furtadoa from Peter C. Boyce and Wong Sin Yeng, and a new record of Arisaema in Vietnam, emails with a link to read the full text are at this very moment wending their way to paid-up IAS members who have bothered to register an email address.

  For the rest of you, abstracts and an index are available at http://www.aroid.org/aroideana/search/scripts/flex_index.php?vol_number=39

  We are also in the process of physically printing and mailing our first newsletter of the year. Now printed in full color, this edition has articles on Anaphyllopsis, Bucephalandra propagation, and much much more. But that's the subject for another day.

  There is no better time to join the society or renew your membership. Do it today.


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