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  Traffic Jams -Jason
From: Kyle Baker kylefletcherbaker at yahoo.com> on 2005.12.22 at 18:56:42(13642)
Jason Hernandez wrote: If you've ever tried to do any research on the Internet, you understand the meaning of my subject line. It is so crowded, you can't get anywhere. Take my problem in particular: I am trying to find pictures of certain species of Philodendrons, to compare and match with specimens on the ground for identification purposes. Websearch using the species names as keywords turns up pages and pages of links, none of which are of any use. Botanic gardens, universities, etc., keep extensive lists of their collections, but seem to have an aversion to showing pictures. Nurseries love showing pictures -- of small, market-size specimens in 4" or 6" pots, which does not help me to identify the mature specimen growing halfway up a tree. I just spent almost two hours sifting through we
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