Aroideana Volume 28
Volume 28 from 2005 contains 25 articles in a single issue.

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Author Title
J. Bogner and M. HesseZamioculcadoideae, a New Subfamily of Araceae
E.G. GoncalvesA Revision of Genus Dracontioides Engl. ( Araceae ) including a New Species from Bahia, Brazil
E.G. GoncalvesAnaphyllopsis cururuana ( Araceae ) Recollected in Brazil
A. Quilichini, A. Torre and M. GibernauPReliminary Data on the Biology and Reproduction of Ambrosina bassii L. (Araceae ) in Corsica
G. GusmanArisaema scortechinii Hook. f. ( Araceae ), a Puzzling Malaysian Evergreen
T.B. Croat and J. ChaparraA New Endemic Species of Anthurium ( Araceae ) from Brazil
T.B. Croat and R.N. CirinoA Review of the Anthurium splendidum Complex ( Araceae )
M.A. Nadruz Coelho and T.B. CroatA New Species of Anthurium from Brazil
T.B. Croat and J.S. Lingan ChavezRediscovery of Rare Species of Anthurium ( Araceae ) from Peru
J. Jacome and T.B. CroatRediscovery of Anthurium gustavii Regel and Anthurium metallicum Linden ex Schott ( Araceae ) in Colombia
T.B. Croat, G.C. Fernandez-Concha and L.I. GonzalezMontrichardia arborescens (L.) Schott ( Araceae ) Newly Reported for Mexico
J.O. BoosA New Species of Xanthosoma ( Araceae ) for Trinidad, W.I.
D.E. ShawThe Stigma and Style of Alocasia brisbanensis ( F.M. Bailey ) Domin ( Araceae )
D.E. Shaw and L.H. BirdA Note on the Dimorphic Pollen of Variegated Alocasia brisbanensis ( F.M. Bailey ) Domin ( Araceae )
M. Sivadasan and R. KavalanFlowering Phenology and Beetle Pollination in Theriophonum infaustum N.E. Br. ( Araceae )
F. BillietThe Collections of Araceae at the National Botanic Garden of Belgium
F. BillietRecent Collections of Araceae from French Guiana at the National Botanic Garden of Belgium
M.L. Soares and D.J. Jardin-LimaAmazonian Species of Araceae in the INPA Herbarium, Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil
M.A. Perez-FarreraAraceae of Chiapas State, Mexico
Vincent LebotTaro ( Colocasia esculenta ) Genetic Improvement: A Need for International Collaboration
R.S. Misra, M. Nedunchezhiyan and G. SujaCommercially Cultivated Edible Aroids in India
C.L. Long, Heng Li and W. ChenAmorphophallus in China: How Many?
S. BartlettTitan Arum - Big AL from Sydney
John BantaA New Resource for I.A.S. Members
D.E. ShawAn Amendment and an Erratum