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Re: Venezuelan Aroids


I will be traveling in Venezuela in January, and would like to know which
Aroids are likely to be in bloom there at that time.  I will be first in
Merida State, visiting paramo and cloud forest habitats, then will go into
Barinas State, to the Caparo Forestry Reserve, which is a dry forest
habitat.
Is anyone familiar with the Venezuelan aroid flora?

Jason Hernandez
Naturalist-at-Large

Dear Jason,
 You need to immeadiately purchase a copy of Aroideana Vol. 9, (1-4) 1986,
"The Araceae of Venezuela" by Dr Thomas Croat.  Everything (or most) of what
you need/want to know is in it.  Contact-- The International Aroid Society,
c/o this forum.  You also need to join the Society if you are already not a
member!
Cheers,
Julius
ju-bo@msn.com









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