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Alocasia collector

  • Subject: Alocasia collector
  • From: STARSELL@aol.com
  • Date: Mon, 15 Sep 2008 12:03:55 EDT

Dear All,
I am a new member and have tried to read for  a while and
study the archives.
I am an avid collector of Alocasia and I am wondering if any
of you may have also noticed how difficult it is to procure A. chantrieri?
If anyone has a suggestion for finding this beautiful Alocasia,
I would so appreciate it.
Kindest regards,
Alison Robinson

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