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Re: I. virginica alive and well in Virginia

In a message dated 96-06-04 21:23:08 EDT, you write:

>I. virginica absolutely thrives in Virginia's coastal plain.  In fact, it is
>S5 plant in the 1-5 ranking system of the Virginia Natural Heritage 
>Program (where I work).  (The S is for state, as opposed to 
>global, the 5 is for the most common plant rank in VA  (1 to 5 
>We have many monitored natural areas where it occurs, but I. 
>virginica is so common that we don't monitor  it specifically.  
>I just saw some in bloom in a seepage swamp a few weeks back
>-- truly fabulous!

Dustin, I am indeed happy to learn this information.  Thank you very much.  I
shall be in touch for more info about I. virginica locales.  Clarence Mahan
in McLean, VA, home of the koi eating great blue herons.

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