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  Key to Genera
From: "anna haigh" <anabaena at london.com> on 2007.05.17 at 10:41:43(15684)
Dear all,

The key to all the Genera of Araceae (fully illustrated), that I have been working on as part of the CATE, project is now online.
See www.cate-araceae.org/Key.do?id=1

Please have a look, I would really welcome people's feedback on it or any other aspects of the website, which is still under development. You can obviously discuss it on this mailing list, or on the project Wiki (http://wiki.nesc.ac.uk/read/cate?AraceaeKeys).

The homepage for the project is www.cate-araceae.org, where there is currently taxonomic information on all genera, and also all species of Arum. Eventually anybody will be able to contribute to the website to improve it, but in the meantime we are working on Anthurium and Philodendron species.

Many thanks, I appreciate any comments,

Anna Haigh

From: "AbrimaaL" <abrimaal at wp.pl> on 2007.05.21 at 08:38:57(15691)
I find this key too difficult.
Maybe you can tell me about my Arum.
Which species can it be?

From: "AbrimaaL" <abrimaal at wp.pl> on 2007.05.21 at 08:41:17(15692)
Sorry for the mistake in URL. The Arum is


From: "Tom Croat" <Thomas.Croat at mobot.org> on 2007.05.22 at 00:32:00(15694)
Dear Anna:

I tested the key, using it to
determine successfully Ulearum donburnsii Croat & Feuerstein. I had the
advantage of personally knowing all the necessary characters. When I clicked on
what I assumed would be the Wiki to comment it just took me back the key.

I just got back from a month
in Colombia
so I have lots to do. Thanks for sharing this and keep up the good work!


From: "Jan Agoston" <agoston.janos123 at gmail.com> on 2007.06.04 at 13:16:13(15735)
Dear All,Can I get the names of the persons who are editing the CATE-Araceae website, please? One of the professors (The Head of the Department of Floriculture and Dendrology) in the Uni are interested and asked me after my presentation, and unfortunately I could not answered him.
So please contact me privately.Thank you for your help in advance!With Best Regards,Janos from Hungary2007/5/17, anna haigh <
anabaena@london.com>:Dear all,

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