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Re: Australian Ferns

  • Subject: [ferns] Re: Australian Ferns
  • From: Regferns@aol.com
  • Date: Fri, 7 Apr 2006 00:11:43 EDT

Huperzia dalhousieana (aka as Lycopodium dalhousieanum) is also found  in 
Southeast Asia, primarily Thailand.  There is also another "blue  Lycopodium," 
Lycopodium goebelii, which is also in S. E. Asia. This plant is  much easier to 
grow than dalhousieanum.  It is large like dalhousianum, and  can be easily 
propagated. I just received an e-mail from a Malaysian orchid  grower who will 
be propagating Lycopodium goebelii though.  
Reggie Whitehead

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