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Re: REF: Got a Signa list handy?

From: celia storey <storey@aristotle.net>

Walter asks:

>Celia, I got nine out of ten!  How did you fare?
12 out of 12 ... I think. But I still can't find my master lists. Where did
I put those darn things?!

I'm especially happy about the Geissorhiza imbricata ... because I have no
idea what it is.

I'm sure you're much too sensible ever to order something because you've
never heard of it, but I do that routinely. If you've got ignorance, I say
use it.

Little Rock, Arkansas ... where it's too dang warm. What happened to January?!

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