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From: StellrJ at aol.com on 2001.10.23 at 18:54:09(7659)

Just out of curiosity, I looked through my _Genera of Araceae_ to see which Aroid genera occur in Afghanistan. That country seems singularly depauperate: the only genus reaching that part of the map was Arisaema, and that only in the far south. Just one more reason not to go there, Huh?

Jason Hernandez

From: Cgdz33a at aol.com on 2001.10.23 at 19:27:42(7663)
I believe the Genus Arum is represented there as well

Eric C. Morgan
Clark Botanic Garden

From: Cgdz33a at aol.com on 2001.10.23 at 20:58:25(7664)

Eminium as well


From: "Ron Iles" roniles at eircom.net> on 2001.10.24 at 04:29:36(7665)
Arum & thousands of other plant kinds. Maybe if we looked only for natural
unspoiled parts of the Planet with no Mad People, maybe we would avoid
Alexandria, VA too?


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