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Re: Colocasia antiquorum

  • Subject: Re: Colocasia antiquorum
  • From: Peter Boyce <phymatarum@gmail.com>
  • Date: Wed, 3 Sep 2014 06:28:32 +0800

Hi George,

I think Steve may have got the wrong end of the stick - the problem isn't so much that antiquorum is a unique species but that it cannot be used as the name for aunique species - he next available name for which is fontanesii.Â


On 2 September 2014 13:30, George Yao <geoyao@gmail.com> wrote:
Hello Aroiders,

In his webpage on Colocasia esculenta in his "TheÂExotic Rainforest" website, the late Steve Lucas pointed out that "A new paper is now in the process of being published that will establish thatÂColocasia antiquorumÂis a unique species.â Has the mentioned paper been published yet?

George Yao

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