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1989
12(1)
4
 Anonymous Amy Donovan named as editor of Aroideana
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 ABSTRACT: The resignation of Editor, Craig Morell, has brought about a change in the editorship of Aroideana, with the appointment of Amy Donovan by the lAS Board of Directors.
1989
12(1)
4
 Anonymous Errata
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1989
12(1)
5
Craig Phillips The thing that wouldn't die (or grow either)
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 ABSTRACT: Having been disappointed in three attempts to grow Monstera tenuis from difficult to obtain horticultural divisions, I looked forward with great anticipation to our first trip to Costa Rica, which my wife Fanny and I took in April, 1988. We had been assured that this species, among others, could be found there in abundance, in certain localities.
1989
12(1)
6-8
Thomas B. Croat Ecology and life forms of Araceae: A follow-up
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 ABSTRACT: This paper deals with new information concerning the ecology and life forms of Araceae that has come to light since the publication of "Ecology and Life Forms of Araceae," in Aroideana Volume 11 (3-4). 1988 (990). Also included are corrected errors in that article.
1989
12(1)
9-15
 Anonymous 1988 International Aroid Society Show (Buy)
 ABSTRACT: Photographs from the Aroid Show are presented.
1989
12(1)
16-19
Dr. Wade Davis Timothy Charles Plowman In memoriam (17 November 1944 - 7 January 1989) (Buy)
 ABSTRACT: Ethnobotany and lovers of ornamental plants have lost one of their most devoted practitioners with the tragic passing of Timothy Plowman.
1989
12(1)
20-23
Dan H. Nicholson An annotated list of aroid publications (Buy)
 ABSTRACT: Since a previous paper (Notes on aroid papers, Aroideana 7:63 1984), the following publications have been brought to my attention, through the kindness of authors or colleagues in sending reprints. As papers arrived, I put them in a pile until it became obvious that it was time to process them. No effort was made to scan current literature. As such, coverage is not exhaustive.
1989
12(1)
24
Amy Donovan E. Allen Fernandez In memoriam (3 November 1942-13 March 1989)
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 ABSTRACT: It is with deep regret that we announce the death of Allen Fernandez, one of the founding members of the International Aroid Society, Inc.
1989
12(1)
25
John Banta Anthurium X 'Fernandez'
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 ABSTRACT: I propose that this grex, A. radicans x A. clarinervium be known as Anthurium x 'Allen Fernandez'.
1989
12(1)
26-31
Alistair Hay On the identity of Alocasia brisbanensis (F. M. Bailey) Domin (Buy)
 ABSTRACT: Alocasia brisbanensis (EM. Bailey) Domin is shown to be a hitherto overlooked, highly distinctive and common Australian endemic species. It is largely extra-tropical. It is assigned to a new section within Alocasia, sect. Ozarum, primarily on the basis of its linear, often multistaminate, synandria and robustly long-pedunculate inflorescences, characters which distinguish this species from all others in the genus.
1989
12(1)
32-37
C. Sathish Kumar, T. Sabu Beetle-pollination--Cantharophily--in Amorphophallus hohenackeri (Araceae) (Buy)
 ABSTRACT: The beetle, Haptoncurina motschulskii (Reitter) Jelinek (Coleoptera: Nitidulidae) is found to be an effective agent of cantharophily in AmorphophalIus hohenackeri (Schott) Engl. et Gehrm., an endemic of Southwest India. Detailed observations on the floral characters and the pollination mechanism are given.
1989
12(1)
38-44
Amy Donovan How do your aroids grow? (Buy)
 ABSTRACT: My goal in this article is not to formulate one method by which to grow all aroids, but rather to give you, the reader, some idea of what other growers are doing to achieve success. I contacted both amateur and commercial growers in South Florida, Central Florida, Southern California, Missouri and Tennessee. As Jack Johnston of St. Petersburg, Florida stated, "Most of us want to know how other people. grow all those plants that look so much better than the ones we grow at home." So that is what I am attempting to do in this article.
1989
12(1)
45-54
 Anonymous 1989 International Aroid Society Show (Buy)
 ABSTRACT: Photographs from the Aroid Show are presented.
1989
12(1)
55
Bill Reichert Photograph: Cryptocorne cordata
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