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  new Amorphophallus group
From: Bryan Lampl blampl1 at earthlink.net> on 2005.04.05 at 03:03:37(12834)
Hello aroiders. After some discussion on the gardenweb aroid forum, I have
started a yahoo!group for Amorphophallus enthusiasts. It is set up as a
non-public group to control spam, but I do invite all that are interested to
join. It will have links for websites that have an involvement with
Amorphophallus. Whether for education or for sales, I would like to try to
bring together every source on the web about the genus. Hopefully this will
be a dynamic group full of conversations. The group is listed under
Amorphophallus or 'amorph_group'. Look forward to adding you to the member
list. Here is a link to the webpage.....

> http://groups.yahoo.com/group/amorph_group/

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From: "snowsexotics" snowsexotics at cox.net> on 2005.04.05 at 22:14:55(12837)
good job Brian
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From: Baumfarn Webmaster webmaster at baumfarn.at> on 2005.04.05 at 23:11:59(12838)
You forgot to mention that your new group is primary intended for all
america residents only.
As you posted on the gardenweb you don't want to mess around with the
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From: Bryan Lampl blampl1 at earthlink.net> on 2005.04.06 at 00:14:40(12839)
Hi Peter, actually I don't mind who joins, the idea was to have an english
speaking forum. There is already an amorphophallus group, but it is in
german. Unfortunately, mine is too rusty to do me any good. Everyone is
welcome to join. I will try to approve you as quickly as I can to get
things going.

> You forgot to mention that your new group is primary intended for all

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