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Re: RE: SPEC: ?reichenbachii? and weather

It was under <weather> I believe.

By the way, the cold did NOT bother the flowers on this species, even
though they were frozen solid, the same flowers were fresh and fine the
next evening.  So, these did not melt.

Most of the other dwarves with open flowers, names unknown off-hand, were
also unaffected by the freezing.  The IB's and TB's are another story, they
indeed "melted" when they thawed.


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