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From: "Cooper, Susan L." SLCooper at scj.com> on 2001.05.04 at 09:35:09(6366)
http://www.ftg.org/blooms/amorphophallus01.html

Great pictures!

Susan

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From: "Ron Iles" roniles at eircom.net> on 2001.05.05 at 12:49:22(6376)
Hi Craig and Susan,

My Peace Lily exhortations are muted in awe. The photos of the precious
Titan are
supreme and the explanations splendid. Tis no wonder that so many Plant
Lovers revere the large herbivore repelling, pollinator attracting miracles.
One of the most brilliant advanced products of evolution so trivialised by
symbolism that its kind was enviously named Amorphophallus by tiny membered
Man, Man prejudiced and perverted by the prudish heritage of hypocritical
Victorianism which put frocks
around grand piano legs! We wait to see the full glory of the mid May
photos. Even so far the story is unforgettable and captured in photos
forever. Thanks a million from JungleWatch Ireland.

Ron

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From: "Julius Boos" ju-bo at email.msn.com> on 2001.05.15 at 08:24:34(6461)
WONDERFUL letter, Ron! I fully agree, so let us go on the extole the genus
of legume 'Clitoria'!! Photos and descriptions will be welcomed!!

Seriously, GREAT job Craig! I too look forward to the 'final product'
photos!

Cheers and a laugh to all,

Julius

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From: "Ron Iles" roniles at eircom.net> on 2001.05.17 at 08:41:03(6492)
Julius, Great! Man!

The joint's beginnin to jive! You got me roaring. I'll send the Master
Chef a supreme Irish Durian for his legume Hot Pot.

"Life and Death of Titan" co-starring Coco de Mer is now available on the
new IAS ENews DVDROM in Smelly Vision. You are now IMMORTALISED Craig!
WUNDERFUL FOTOS! How about putting the expanded story in one piece in the
new form IAS eNewsletter?

Craig, immaculate photos and presentation have been a huge pleasure and
education to me. I knew little about the phenomenons! Can you keep
similar magnificent photos of , well, "other" (i.e. green and white) Aroids
coming, please?

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