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  August IAS Newsletter now available
From: "Carla Kostelac" <Carla.Kostelac at mobot.org> on 2009.08.24 at 17:16:16(19847)
Hello, IAS Members,

The August IAS Newsletter, Volume 31, No. 3, is nowavailable to members. This issue has several very interesting articlesincluding an account of the Xth International Aroid Conference that was held inNancy, France in July and a report aboutthe Vienna Araceae Project. Many wonderful photos of aroiders are included inthis Newsletter.

Important information about the upcoming 32ndIAS Show and Sale to be held at Fairchild TropicalGarden in Miami, Floridaon September 19 and 20 appears in the August Newsletter. There is a schedule ofevents, hotel information, a banquet reservation form and a proxy ballot formfor the IAS Board of Directors. Please make your plans to attend this year’sShow and Sale!

Thanks to all that have contributed to this IAS Newsletterand for those folks behind the scenes! Please be thinking about what you wouldlike to submit for the December issue.

Kind regards to all,




From: "Carla Kostelac" <Carla.Kostelac at mobot.org> on 2012.08.15 at 19:39:02(22695)
Hello, IAS Members,

Volume 34(3) of the IAS Newsletter is now available and
should be dropping into your email soon--you may have already received it.

This August issue contains all of the important
information about the upcoming 35th IAS Show & Sale that will
take place at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden
in Miami, Florida
on September 15 & 16. You can find out about where to make your hotel
reservations and about all of the special speakers and vendors that will be
presenting at the Show. It will be a great time to able to attend and interact
with fellow aroiders.

Also in this issue: Zach DuFran offers an exciting look at
his recent trip to Indonesia and the botanical wonders that he saw there…Peter
Boyce and Wong Sin Yeng describe and illustrate the fruits of Bakoa nakamotoi for the first time…and
Scott Hyndman comments on banana moths that are fond of Amorphophallus tubers in Florida...all
articles have beautiful accompanying photos. ** Please remember to vote for the
Board of Directors Candidates that can be found on the last page of this

Thanks to everyone for their input and expertise on this

Special thanks to Derek Burch for another beautiful issue
of Aroideana.

Deadline for submission for the December
IAS Newsletter is November 5, 2012. Please think about what you can contribute.

With all best wishes,

Carla Kostelac



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