Fri, 04 May 2007 05:10:54 PDT
I have a stack ready for Judith when she arrives.
Sorry for not being able to mail them, I carried them to and from work for a
week, but since ia am in the office at 7:30, and out around 6:30, I never
can make it to the post office, and Saturday we had an emergency Vet vist in
the AM< and we are still dealing with that.

On 5/3/07 7:15 AM, "B.J.M. Zonneveld"
<> wrote:

> I am a bit late to react on the Arum subject However you will forgive me
> knowing I was looking for tulips in Kazachstan etc. All Arum italicum,
> about 10 clones, I have measured the amount of nuclear DNA from are so
> far, ranging from Greece via Italy and France to Portugal and the
> Canarian islands are hexaploid. Arum concineum is diploid and Arum
> maculatum tetraploid as far as I measured them. Peculiar is that two
> arums from greece, one with whitish veins, the other more spotted but
> with dark purple stems and flowers flowered fro me in April This seems
> very early for A italicum I wondering if they might do so the next year.
> I am still looking for a fresh leaf ( or seeds)  of the more rare
> species to measure...
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