Red Pigments and Elatostema repens

Stinger Stinger at FIU.EDU
Thu May 11 21:04:14 CDT 2000


Matt & Richard

Reed Beaman who is doing a post doc at the Australian National Herbarium
in Sydney is your best bet given that he just completed a monograph of
Elatostema for his Dissertation.  I believe that he is still getting
mail at rbeaman at nabalu.flas.ufl.edu.

Stinger
--
Gerald "Stinger" Guala, Ph.D.
Keeper of the Herbarium
Systematist
Fairchild Tropical Garden
11935 Old Cutler Rd.
Miami, FL 33156

http://www.ftg.fiu.edu/


matt von konrat wrote:

> Dear All,
>
> I am forwarding this on behalf of Richard Smith who is
> interested in the following.  Any responses can be either
> directed to Richard (r.smith at auckland.ac.nz) or myself.
> Thank you for any help anyone may be able to offer.
> Regards
> Matt
>
> Hi I am trying to track down a picture or photograph
> (preferably colour) of a Malaysian herbaceous plant:
> Elatostema repens.  It is in the Urticaceae family.
> I am studying an allied taxon from New Zealand that has red
> pigment in its leaves, and I am interested in whether E
> repens has any red pigment in its leaves.
> I'd appreciate any help
>
> ----------------------
> matt von konrat
> m.vonkonrat at auckland.ac.nz




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