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  The Typhonodorum lindleyanum seeds
From: "brian williams" pugturd50 at hotmail.com> on 2001.01.06 at 08:54:13(5814)
Hello This is Brian Williams, I am on my stepbrothers computer. I did here
from my friend that the Typhonodorum lindleyanum seeds did come in and he is
germinating them for me. I would like to know who all would be interested in
trading or if friends of mine who would be interested in getting a few
seeds. I know off hand a few people but would like for everyone interested
to please send a message with your mailing address and information to
Pugturd@aol.com

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From: "brian williams" pugturd50 at hotmail.com> on 2001.01.06 at 08:54:41(5815)
Hello This is Brian Williams, I am on my stepbrothers computer. I did here
from my friend that the Typhonodorum lindleyanum seeds did come in and he is
germinating them for me. I would like to know who all would be interested in
trading or if friends of mine who would be interested in getting a few
seeds. I know off hand a few people but would like for everyone interested
to please send a message with your mailing address and information to
Pugturd@aol.com

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From: "Julius Boos" ju-bo at email.msn.com> on 2001.01.06 at 15:19:42(5816)
Hello Brian,

Happy New Year! Have not heard from you in a while---how is the cold
treating you and the plants???
A tip w/ those Typhonodorum seeds, I floated them in plain pond/tap water
for a LONG time till most of the seed body was absorbed, as I found that
when I planted a seed in dirt with a lot of the 'body', before it was
absorbed by the developing plantlet, it tended to begin to rot then the
plantlet would die.

I am still looking for the following species of Anubias for my aquarium, saw
them in a Jap. book on aquarium plants, all three have arrow-shaped leaves--
A. gracilis, A. pynaertii, and A. gigantea. Let me know if you run into
any of these, or any with a sagittate leaf blade.

Talk to you soon,

Julius

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From: "Horak, David" davidhorak at bbg.org> on 2001.01.08 at 17:06:59(5826)
Brian,

I just wanted to renew my interest in the Typhonodorum seeds. I have been so
busy here that I have yet to compile a list of our holdings. I'll see what I
can do.Good luck with the germination.

regards,

Dave Horak

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