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Re: Identifying plants

Yes, I operate that web page and yes my computers are now set up so that I can upload the images without much difficulty.

At 09:38 AM 9/12/00 -0500, you wrote:
>OK, just to open my big mouth (and probably stick my foot in) on the subject of identifying plants:
>Didn't the IAS have an "Identify this plant" page? Somehow people that desired identification of their plants could post their pictures somehow.?? (Les??)
>I don't have a web page either, but I think private emails for plant identifications sort of defeats the purpose of this list.  I always like to  look at the pictures of the plants in question. I rarely can answer what the name is, but I always like to read the replies from our experts, and then go back and look at the plant again.
>This way I learn a little more.
>But I'm too lazy to go around requesting photos.  (sorry but true) Can anyone think of a way to answer this problem? 

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