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Re: A. bulbifer question

Carol Ann,

The aroid-l newslist is archived on the International Aroid Society's (IAS) 
web page at: www.aroid.org

Here on main page you will see a link to aroid-l, go there and scroll down 
the information on this page and you will find a link to the archives near 
the bottom. This is a very good resource and I believe contains all the 
archived messages since 1996. You can search the archives in several ways to 
retrieve topics or threads of interest.

You may also find many topics by searching the IAS web site. There is an 
ever-increasing array of information posted on the site.

Hope this helps,

Donna Atwood

 >Is there an archive of this list?<
 Yes, but someone else needs to tell you how to acess them!
 >Thanks in advance,
 Carol Ann

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