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Botrychium lunarioides

  • Subject: [ferns] Botrychium lunarioides
  • From: "Rollins" willows@rose.net
  • Date: Mon, 7 Apr 2003 13:58:08 -0700

For those that might be interested:
Yesterday (Apr 6, 2003) I located another site for
Botrychium lunarioides (Michx.) Sw. in Southwest Georgia. It
is in Colquitt Co., GA very near to the Colquitt/Mitchell
Co. line.  This makes 6 new locations in 4 SW GA counties. 
A specimen will be placed in the Herbarium at Valdosta State
James A. Rollins

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