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Re: just useless data

In a message dated 1/20/01 10:26:38 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
natures@rea-alp.com writes:

<<   If you have the acrons ..it is farily easy to tell the difference; white
 oak acrons have a smooth cap.  The burr oak has a fuzzy cap and the cap
 covers 3/4 of the acorn. >>

Just learned something,  always wondered why some acorns had such big caps or 
little acorns.  N.
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