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From: "Eduardo Goncalves" edggon at hotmail.com> on 2000.10.08 at 04:27:39(5531)|
Yes, the collection is partially open to the public, but I think it must
be scheduled first. I don't know exactly because I was in a special
condition, since I am helping in the preparation of a book concerning
something about Tropical Plants of Burle-Marx (it will be published by
Instituto Plantarum in a year or two), with nice photos of most plants. I
will try to discover how to schedule visitations there and will put in the
If you like tropical aroids (and other plants), you should visit this|
place, as well as the Jardim Botanico do Rio de Janeiro. I am sure they will
worth the heat!
>Thanks for your fascinating description of the Burle-Marx collection at Rio
>Janeiro. Is this collection open to the public? I'm contemplating
>an astronomical meeting in Rio in March and was wondering what sort of
>botanical gems I might find there when your answer popped up.
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