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  Helicodiceros and Dracunculus
From: Rand Nicholson <writserv at nbnet.nb.ca> on 1997.12.13 at 18:10:03(1743)
Hi Aroideans:

Just an update on what is going on with the Heliocodicerous muscivoros and
Dracunculus vulgaris tubers that were sent out from Down Under by Rob
McClure last spring. I am attempting to switch them over to Northern
Hemisphere time. (Most of what follows has already been sent to Doug Budric
who is also doing interesting things with these plants and, hopefully, will
send an update also?).

These tubers were planted just under the soil surface in a large, deep tub.
When I went to dig them up all of the tubers were over sixteen inches down
in the tub.

From: "Nathanael Simonsson" <kohlerior at hotmail.com> on 1997.12.14 at 09:26:20(1749)
Hi Aroideans!

My name is Nathanael Simonsson and I live in Sweden..
I am going to be very interested in Aroids, I've got some species now
from USA and I wonder if anyone want to trade with me? I have these
aroids to offer:

From: "Carlo A. Balistrieri" <cabalist at facstaff.wisc.edu> on 1997.12.14 at 09:37:26(1750)
At 08:11 PM 12/13/97 -0600, you wrote:
>Hi Aroideans:
>Just an update on what is going on with the Heliocodicerous muscivoros and
>Dracunculus vulgaris tubers...

Here in Wisconsin, under lights, they are just starting another growth
cycle. Second one since they got here.


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