Re: secondary hemiepiphytes
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- Subject: Re: secondary hemiepiphytes
- From: alan san juan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sat, 20 May 2000 22:41:33 -0500 (CDT)
THanks for all answers.
I guess I was premature in assuming that wild populations of some
Philodendrons actually did do this (my MS was in Plant Molecular Bio,
and I now do programming, so I'm definitely not an expert). I had based
my questions on readings and 1-2 specimens that I had studied, but all
were greenhouses specimens and may have been showing altered behavior
from the wild.
The behavior seemed so remarkable to me, so I figured I might get some
answers by posing the questions to this group.