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Re: peltandra seed

  • Subject: Re: peltandra seed
  • From: Sue Thompson <sthomp@andrew.cmu.edu>
  • Date: Tue, 30 Oct 2001 13:57:06 -0600 (CST)
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I've collected Peltandra sagittifolia fruits and seeds, but don't presently
have viable material, which I assume is what you're interested in
obtaining.  They are a very nice bright red!


--On Tuesday, October 30, 2001, 10:24 AM -0600 Julius Boos
<ju-bo@email.msn.com> wrote:

> While we are on this 'item', has anyone collected the fruit/seed of
> Peltandra sagittifolia??   I am interested in obtaining a few.   Petra, do
> you need fruit of P. virginica??
> Cheers,
> Julius

Sue Thompson, Ph.D.
Interim Executive Director
Pennsylvania Biodiversity Partnership
P.O. Box 60071
Pittsburgh, PA  15211-0671

tel: 412-431-4449, ext. 241
fax: 412-390-0473
e-mail: sthomp@andrew.cmu.edu

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