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number of species

  • Subject: number of species
  • From: "butch Graves" <butch.graves@sev.org>
  • Date: Mon, 25 Feb 2002 21:06:04 -0500
  • Importance: Normal

These are the 23 species that Dr. Zonneveld describes + albofarinosa would
make 24.
	H. capitata
	H. clausa
	H. gracillima
	H. hypoleuca
	H. jonesii
	H. kikutii
	H. kiyosumiensis
	H. longipes
	H. longissima
	H. minor
	H. plantaginea
	H. pulchella
	H. pycnophylla
	H. rectifolia
	H. rupifraga
	H. shikokiana
	H. sieboldiana
	H. sieboldii
	H. tibae
	H. tsushimensis
	H. ventricosa
	H. venusta
	H. yingeri

I look forward to W. George Schmid new book and also any articles he may do
to help us with
this species question.

Butch Graves
Sylvania, OH
Volunteer at Toledo Botanical Gardens

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