Re: Fw: Epiphytes. And I may be nuts!
- Subject: Re: Fw: Epiphytes. And I may be nuts!
- From: brian lee <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Mon, 2 Jun 2008 22:14:18 -0700 (PDT)
I just read your article on Huperzia phlegmaria... I
would re-examine your geological information regarding
the Carboniferous and the glaciations. Also,
Strobilus is singular and strobili is plural. Those
issues popped out at me in my quick read.
--- Windy Aubrey <email@example.com> wrote:
> Whoops, I meant Lycopodium, or is it a Huperzia?
> Gosh, now I'm confused.....
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: ExoticRainforest
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> Sent: Monday, June 02, 2008 10:40 AM
> Subject: [Aroid-l] Fw: Epiphytes. And I may be
> Well, now I've got more to respond to! Thanks to
> all of you who support me in the effort. I just
> want to learn about my plants and attempt to share
> what I can find out. All of you are too kind so
> let's let this one just die. And especially to the
> botanists and honest-to-goodness experts on Aroid l,
> thanks for all your help!
> As for Tom's question, Steph and I are great! I'm
> stronger than I've been in years. I used to be on 4
> blood pressure meds and now none! My BP is normal
> and all the kidney and anti-rejection tests come
> back normal 3 days a week! I think they are taking
> too much blood but what do I know!
> Leland, I'm attaching two larger photos of the
> plant here now in question (which is not an aroid)!
> I'm relatively sure it is Lycopodium nummularifolium
> Blume which is often Incorrectly listed as
> Lycopodium nummularifolia Blume on the internet.
> The synonym is Phlegmariurus nummularifolius (Blume)
> Ching and the plant was published In: Enumeratio
> Plantarum in 1828. If any of you know anything,
> especially scientific, please send me the info! I
> found it on JSTOR but I don't have access to JSTOR.
> The second plant on the epipyphte tree of a club
> moss is Huperzia phlegmaria (L.) Rothm.,
> common names: Lycopodium fern, Coarse tassel fern,
> and Tassel fern. Again, this one is not an aroid.
> I've done a page on that one but need a scientist to
> verify my information before I publish it to the
> net. If you collect club mosses and know anything
> you are welcome to offer critical corrections. The
> page is still not public but the link to that one is
> Thanks again to everyone! All I can say is I hope
> "holly", male or female, finds some peace in the
> Dear Steve,
> From your small photo, your species looks like
> Huperzia nummilarifolia... This is looking at a
> sterile plant...but, it is a distinctive
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