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Re: cumulative Japanese checklist

From: Amy Moseley Rupp <amy@ece.utexas.edu>

> 	Now that Amy was nice enough to give us a name and address for the
> Siberian, does anyone, know where and how to get one for the Japanese Iris?
> If so where and how much.

Amy was only nice enough to ask for it for Ginny in repayment for
postage which involved GARDENS-L members from *three* countries to
smuggle her Canadian beanie babies over the border from Victoria to
Portland OR and then on to me.

Names withheld to protect the innocent; Ginny merely had the US stamps
on hand.

Beanies don't need CITES certificates.


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