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SPEC-I. reticulata


It is my understanding that Alan McMurtrie is writing a book about
reticulata and its relatives.  He has collected them in the wild and has
a large number of varieties growing in Toronto.  He also crosses the
varieties.  Much of his recent work has been summarized in the SIGNA

I am sure that he would look at your pictures and identify the

He can be reached at:-

Alan McMurtrie <mcmurtrie.alan@hydro.on.ca>

If that does not work, he address is in the St.Louis report, or you can
e-mail me and I will find it.

Ian, in Ottawa where we are just above freezing and it is bright and
sunny.  We are eventually going to catch up with you guys in the south!

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