ARISAEMA-L Digest - 11 Aug 1999 to 22 Aug 1999 (#1999-126)
George R Stilwell, Jr.
grsjr at JUNO.COM
Mon Aug 23 03:23:58 CEST 1999
Most strange since the ploidy is different in ssp. triphyllum than in
ssp. pusillum and ssp. stewardsonii.
In fact, the latter is so different that Roy suspects it's nearly another
Since ssp. triphyllum probably does not cross with either of the other
two, it can hardly be in the same group unless you are a mega-lumper. In
that case, why not just Arisaema and forget the species altogether.
Perhaps there just isn't room to do justice to subspecies of odd plants
<GRSJr at Juno.com>
On Sun, 22 Aug 1999 19:24:41 -0500 MJ Hatfield <oneota at AMES.NET> writes:
>At the IAC in St. Louis, Sue Thompson said that in the upcoming volume
>of "Flora of North America" she listed Arisaema triphyllum with no
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