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  Typhomatum/Sauronium venosum
From: Steve Marak <samarak at gizmoworks.com> on 2009.07.17 at 22:15:41(19570)
On Fri, 17 Jul 2009, Wilbert Hetterscheid wrote:

> Sauromatum venosum. Sauromatum will be reinstated in a paper by Natalie
> Cusimano and myself, based on latest molecular evidence. It will include
> several species formerly in Typhonium.

You're just doing this to toy with us, right? And in a couple more years,
you'll bring out *new* molecular evidence (which you probably already have
hidden away!) to resink the newly resurrected Sauromtum back into
Typhonium?

Steve

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From: "Wilbert Hetterscheid" <hetter at xs4all.nl> on 2009.07.17 at 23:14:36(19571)
But of course!!! By that time we can do taxonomy at the atomic level, which
brings new evidence...........

> -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----

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From: STARSELL at aol.com on 2009.07.18 at 06:51:53(19573)
In a message dated 7/18/2009 12:18:25 A.M. Central Daylight Time, samarak@gizmoworks.com writes:

On Fri, 17 Jul 2009, Wilbert Hetterscheid wrote:

>> Sauromatum venosum. Sauromatum will be reinstated in a paper by Natalie
>> Cusimano and myself, based on latest molecular evidence. It will include
>> several species formerly in Typhonium.

> You're just doing this to toy with us, right? And in a couple more years,
> you'll bring out *new* molecular evidence (which you probably already have
> hidden away!) to resink the newly resurrected Sauromtum back into
> Typhonium?

> Steve

Well I, for one am just glad I left mine with the Sauromatum label

it came with!

HTML

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From: Susan B <honeybunny442 at yahoo.com> on 2009.07.18 at 13:42:34(19574)
Funny! One of my first Aroids.
Brings back memories....

HTML

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From: "Marek Argent" <abri1973 at wp.pl> on 2009.07.18 at 18:47:27(19575)
I like changes, but not too often, in 2000 the genus Sauromatum disappeared
and 9 years lates it's going to come back triumphally. The inflorescence
structure and leaf shape of T. venosum is identical with some other
Typhonium species. Better to leave Sauromatum as a section of Typhonium and
not to dive too deep cos you can drown.

Marek

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From: "Christopher Rogers" <CRogers at ecoanalysts.com> on 2009.07.20 at 08:24:39(19579)
Where will this paper be published?

D. Christopher Rogers

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From: piaba <piabinha at yahoo.com> on 2009.07.20 at 11:05:41(19580)
i just label them all "stinky plants from wilbert," and that solves all pro blems.

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tsuh yang

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