Request: Assistance/Sources to ID Araceae native SE-USA wild

Sean A. O'Hara saouc at uccmvsa.ucop.edu
Mon Apr 28 16:17:14 EST 1997


In Article Request: Assistance/Sources to ID Araceae native SE-USA wild,
Ken Leonard <kleonard at enterlogic.com> wrote:
> Howdy...
> 
> Can anyone point to a book, library or university or museum
> (in/near Atlanta, Ga.), or online source with _extensive_ key
> to native Araceae of SE USA (esp. GA)?
> 
> Would anyone care to receive description of the plant in
> question, or fax or image-file of photo of same, to assist
> with ID?
> 
> Thanx and regardz,
> Ken Leonard
> 
> 
>  - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
> Ken Leonard
> Enterprise Logic, Inc.
> kleonard at enterlogic.com
> [Spam, flames and turds will be forwarded and posted for proofreading.]

Ken -

Have you check with the e-mail discussion group AROID-L?  They do this
sort of thing and there are a number of members in your part of the US.

Below I inclued the 'subscription information about the group.
 
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Subject: AROID-L Announcement
 
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