Aroideana Volume 7

Volume 7 from 1984 contains 32 articles in 3 Issues.

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Author Title
D. PrudhommePhotograph: Amorphophallus konjac Koch
Josef BognerA new Caladium species from Columbia
D. PrudhommePhotograph: Philodendron sp. origin unknown
 AnonymousErrata, vol. 6, no. 3
D. PrudhommePhotograph: Anthurium helleborifolium (L.) Schott
Thomas B. CroatThe importance of labeling living plants
Dewey FiskFrom the editor's desk
D. PrudhommePhotograph: Anthurium cerocampanense
Mark D. MofflerRecent aroid literature
David BurnettDon't give in to the fungus
Thomas B. CroatAroid profile no. 9 Philodendron rugosum Bogner & Bunting
Dr. Donald C. HuttlestonThe North American species of Arisaema (Araceae)-"Jack-in-the-Pulpit"
Thomas B. CroatRediscovery of a rare Monstera
R. J. HennyAglaonema Breeding: Transmission of foliar variegation from three species to their hybrids
Dan H. NicolsonAmorphophallus konjac vs A. rivieri (Araceae)
Dan H. NicolsonNotes on aroid papers
Mark D. Moffler and Josef BognerA new Homalomena species (Araceae) from Columbia
 AnonymousDr. Michael Madison, first....
D. FiskPhotograph: Philodendron grazielae
 AnonymousFor the devout aroid enthusiast:
D. FiskPhotograph: Anthurium ssp. [sic] infructescence collected by F. Fuchs.
Dan H. NicolsonA second collection of Pedicellarum (Araceae)
H. KamemotoRegistration of anthurium cultivars
D. FiskPhotograph: Syngonium 'Frosty'
Dan H. NicolsonNotes on a new genus Pentastemona
L. Garner and D. PrudhommePhotograph: Amorphophallus bulbifer inflorescence
Dr. R. Frank BrownThe new aglaonemas of Thailand
D. PrudhommePhotograph: Amorphophallus bulbifer....
David BurnettThe cultivated alocasia