Re: Small aroids


Dear Johnathan,

Your Selaginella might be S. erythropus.  Size and color fits your
description, but I do not know its origin.  Hope this helps  rather than
confuses.

Best,
Lynn Hannon   

<< Now - though it's not an aroid, I have a wonderful red-backed small
microphylled
 Selaginella that I've been growing for years which I believe I rec'd from
Marie
 Selby and was originally collected in Colombia - any i.d. information on
 this non-aroid beauty??
 Cheers.
 - Jonathan >>




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