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Re: Herbarium Surprise!

  • Subject: Re: Herbarium Surprise!
  • From: "Your Name" <coops@execpc.com>
  • Date: Fri, 2 Aug 2002 00:18:02 -0500 (CDT)

No kidding what a small world!  How long will she be in the US?  (Her 
newsletters are going to China)

> Tom Croat and I spent the day after the aroid extravaganza here going
> through the herbarium at DUKE and then on to UNC-Chapel Hill.  What a
> surprise to walk down an aisle in the herbarium and see a Chinese 
> working on aroids...Li Heng!  And she was just as surprised to see me 
> Tom coming towards her....small world, indeed!
> Petra

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