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RE: Wanted Quillworts (Isoetes)

  • Subject: RE: [ferns] Wanted Quillworts (Isoetes)
  • From: "Winter, Wim de" <Wim.dewinter@wisl.nl>
  • Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2004 18:25:57 +0200
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  • Thread-topic: [ferns] Wanted Quillworts (Isoetes)

Right now I am in Zambia and I will try to find quillworts here too. At least I hope to find I. alstonii at Victoria Falls. If you like I'll try to send you some. 
Because I'm on the road now I don't have free access to my email, so this is why I reply to you over the fernet rather than privately. Please reply to the following address:
with cc to Siemen.Schoustra@wur.nl
I cannot guarantee you I will read it in time; In case I won't hear from you I'll follow the same procedures as two years ago from the Andes.
Wim de Winter

	-----Oorspronkelijk bericht----- 
	Van: owner-ferns@hort.net namens W Carl Taylor 
	Verzonden: di 13-4-2004 16:44 
	Aan: ferns@hort.net 
	Onderwerp: [ferns] Wanted Quillworts (Isoetes)

	Here in Milwaukee, we are studying the evolutionary relationships of
	Isoetes species (Quillworts) worldwide with the goal of producing a
	better taxonomy with improved keys and descriptions for easier species
	identification. To determine evolutionary relationships of species, we
	have been using morphological characters from the whole plant,
	chromosome counts from root tip squashes, and DNA sequences from leaf
	tissue samples. We are interested in obtaining Isoetes specimens from
	all over the world for this study. Just recently, we have been working
	on Australian species and we see a need to study more specimens of
	Isoetes species that grow in eastern Australia. Tasmania is especially
	attractive right now since we have no data from this area and six
	species have been reported there. If you have access to Isoetes in the
	field and you can send freshly collected specimens to us for study, I
	would be grateful for the opportunity to correspond with you about this.
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