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Re: Introduction to Ariod-L

  • Subject: Re: Introduction to Ariod-L
  • From: "Julius Boos" <ju-bo@email.msn.com>
  • Date: Wed, 10 Oct 2001 00:35:05 -0500 (CDT)

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, October 09, 2001 12:57 PM
Subject: Introduction to Ariod-L

Dear Emily,
A warm welcome to you to the list on behalf of the many aroid 'nuts' out here in cyber space.
If there is anything or any assistance that you think this large and at times pretty intellegent  [  :--)> ]resource
out here might be able to assist you or Tom with, please don`t hesitate to post a cry for assistance on this L, most will try their best to at least give an opinion on the question being asked, and some questions can be answered off-l!
Again, a warm welcome to you, and our best to the rest of the folks at MOBOT!
Julius Boos
WPB, Florida.
>>Dear Arioders,
As a new subscriber to your list, I'd like to take a moment to introduce myself.  My name is Emily Orling, I recently graduated from  Gustavus Adolphus College in Minnesota, and I just began working with Tom Croat at the Missouri Botanical Garden.  Some of you might know  Petra; I'll be taking her place as a research assistant to Tom.  My knowledge of Aroids is fairly limited, but I'm excited to learn about these interesting plants!  I have already begun training about how to describe aroids, how to distinquish different sections of Anthuriumand how to deal with the complex recording systems.  It will take us a while to dig out from under the large backlog of work in the office and greenhouse but we hope to get back to work on the Revision of Dieffenbachia, Araceae for the Flora of Ecuador, Flora of Chiapas and Flora of the Guianas.

I hope to get to know most of you via correspondence with the aroid group or at the Garden, and eventually get an opportunity to meet some if not all of you!  Thank you for your time,

   Emily Orling<<

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