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From Listserver@herbarium.ukm.my  Tue Jul 28 15:07:47 1998
From: "ListServer" 
To: jrc@anbg.gov.au
Subject: File - Welcome File
Date: Tue, 28 Jul 1998 13:01:11 PDT

Welcome To The Flora Malesiana Network Discussion Group

This listserver's group was setup as a respond to numerous requests made by
participants in the Fourth Flora Malesiana Symposium in Kuala Lumpur (20 to 24
July 1998). It was felt that members of this community need an efficient means to
exchange ideas, plan future expedition and collecting trips and to report progress 
of their revisions. This hopefully will also enhance greatly communications between 
botanists in european herbaria and local institutions.

This List is currently hosted by the Malaysia Biodiversity Online server in the 
Herbarium Mohd Kassim Rejab (UKMB), Department of Botany, Universiti Kebangsaan 
Malaysia (http://biodiversity.ukm.my).

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Kamarudin Mat-Salleh, PhD