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Colour Pictures in Aroideana

Jude - printing fewer examples is actually more expensive, copy for copy, than printing large runs. I'm speaking from experience, as I publish a full-colour journal once a year, in a run of 100 books. They come in at $25 each for 400 page books (I have an excellent printer), but if I were printing, say, 1000, they'd be $15 each.

Whoever it is out there that's doing the actual publishing for Aroideana, please please please contact me - there have been advances in the printing world that allow colour pages to be "dropped in" to text books for a MUCH lower cost than burned plates have. Digital POD technology could really help us out with the whole colour photos thing.


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