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Re: Re: rharias: Re: Anthurium hybrids

In a message dated 10/5/99, 3:35:54 PM, aroid-l@mobot.org writes:
<<The only problem that the IAS has is that no one wants to tackle this
mountain of work.  It would require a lot of dedication and a lot of ground
work to dig out the history of some of these plants....  If someone would
volunteer....  they would have the clout of the International Nomenclature
Committee and the IAS behind them.  This would help but it would still
require a lot of work.>>

What, exactly, would one have to do?

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