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  Re: [Aroid-l] Re: Philodendron List
From: Baumfarn Webmaster webmaster at baumfarn.at> on 2005.02.14 at 21:21:40(12683)
Hi Joe,
I agree only partlialy with you.
Artificial cultures and collections could never preserve was is free
grown and living in nature. Esspecially is this true for the worlds
rainforests: tropical, cloud and temperate rainforest. Many plants and
animals living in a high specialized symbiosis to each other. What
happen if weaken one link of a chain?
Most of the nature destruction is the conclusion of purblinded
ravenousness. Particularly our so called western-civilized world is the
driving force for this destruction.
We have to save and protect the habitats, probably we can do this in
encourage native people to carefully collect seeds for us in moderation.

Without plants there wouldn't have been any living on this planet.
Without plants there will be no further living on this planet.

greetings Peter

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