Oh yes, there is an International Aroid Society! Go to
<http://hoya.mobot.org/ias> for more information. We would like to have
you as a member. We publish a quarterly Newsletter and an annual
scientific journal "Aroideana". The Society has been active for over
twenty years. If you have further questions, would be glad to answer.
Send me a private e-mail.
International Aroid Society
>Hi and Welcome Robert.
>I didn't know there was an Aroid Club anywhere. Could you please post to
>the list how someone might join,
>or get a newsletter?
>Ditto for other Aroid clubs.
>P.S. Aroid-L has been so quiet lately I thought I got disconnected somehow!
>>>> Robert H Arias <email@example.com> 05/09 1:09 PM >>>
>My name is Robert Arias firstname.lastname@example.org
>This is my first e-mail to aroid-l.
>Some of you already know me as the editor of the Aroid Club of Tampa
>Bay's newsletter, "The Spathifile".
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