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Re: I. pseudacorus and I. virginica

In a message dated 96-05-29 13:04:39 EDT, you write:

>Rodney - In Texas where I. tridenta bloomed yesterday and I don't even 
>want to get into wheather I. virginica is a species distinct from I. 

Rodney, now I can subscribe to the distribution of the various species in
your message.  It was interesting that Bill Smoot believes he "may" have seen
I. virginica "virginica" in the Great Dismal Swamp.  I wish this could be
verified.  I have never found I. virginica of any type growing in the wild in
the marshy areas of northern VA.  Clarence Mahan in VA.

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