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Re: Species

I'll have to add a vote for the longipes forms as well.  So far I've picked
up hypoglauca, (pays to get those orders in early, Mike) and aurea which is
a beautiful gold at this time. Planning on adding a couple more next year.
My pycnophylla has struggled, for some reason it seems to be a slug magnet
in my yard. Laevigata is beautiful the waves in the edges feel as if they've
been starched they're so firm.

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