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Aroid-L Archive

Eduardo, thanks for the mention of the archive. Its been a while since we mentioned
it on the list.

Let's expand a bit on Eduardo's message. The archive is not a secret, although
we probably should remind everyone of it a bit more. 

The parent website for the archive is at <http://www.mallorn.com>. Clicking
on the mail list button will take you to the archives of many mail lists, not
just Aroid-l, and all are plant related. From that point you may choose Aroid-l
or any other list archive to explore. In fact, you may find there are mail lists
on other plant families you are interested in.

The Mallorn site also has a lot of other plant related information, so if you
are in the mood for exploration I urge you to start at <http://www.mallorn.com>.

(If you think this sounds like a plug for Mallorn, you are correct. They archive
our mail list at no cost to the IAS and deserve the mention.)

Don Burns
Plantation FL    Zone 10b (and it feels like it!)

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