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Re: [Aroid-l] Helicodiceros muscivorus

Dear Marc,

thank you very much for the information.

Good to read that the authorities take steps in that direction. However,
I hope they will take into consideration, if a species is really
endangered, let alone, if it is endemic or not.

Friends went to Sardinia last weekend and I asked them not to touch a
plant in the wild, but rather try to look for an plant nursery that
might offer tubers.
I am not sure, but i suspect, that H.m. in in dormancy at this time of
the year anyway.

Bernhard Strolka

-----Original Message-----
Date: Mon,  5 Sep 2005 08:54:45 +0200
Subject: Re: [Aroid-l] Helicodiceros muscivorus
From: Marc Gibernau 
To: Discussion of aroids 

Dear Bernhard,

Until now, Italia and Sardinia had no protective laws for plant, but it
will change at the end of the year. A law for protecting all endemic
has been voted and will be applied in the next month.
I don't know yet if Helicodiceros muscivorus is considered as en

Sincerely yours,

Marc Gibernau

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