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Latania 36, the magazine of Palmeraie-Union Society

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The new Latania n°36 (Dec. 2016) is now published, as usual with so great garden tours and stories of travels all around the world ...

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To view Latania 36, click here

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Just outstanding! Thanks for making this laborious endeavor available to all PT members.

Tim

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Wonderful articles and photos! Especially Expédition au Masoala beginning on page 24.  Nice to see Jean Emile's smiling face in your group!  Great work!

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Merci beaucoup Olivier!

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7 hours ago, Kim said:

Wonderful articles and photos! Especially Expédition au Masoala beginning on page 24.  Nice to see Jean Emile's smiling face in your group!  Great work!

It's thanks to your pictures on the newsletter of the IPS first and after to your advices if i could meet Jean-Emile and  finally find the Lemuro...

So really thanks a lot Kim !!

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Great stuff..... I may be biased but I think the Darwin photos are the best :D

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Even though they are native to my country I don't really love Livistona...... this is however a fantastic photo!!!!!!! Very well done with the camera Phil!!

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On 13/01/2017 à, Kennybenjamin said:

Great stuff..... I may be biased but I think the Darwin photos are the best :D

 

On 13/01/2017 à, Kennybenjamin said:

Even though they are native to my country I don't really love Livistona...... this is however a fantastic photo!!!!!!! Very well done with the camera Phil!

Thanks a lot

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