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question about handling a photo of a fern I have spores of.....

  • Subject: [ferns] question about handling a photo of a fern I have spores of.....
  • From: "Robert Newman" <plantboy@earthlink.net>
  • Date: Sat, 14 Aug 2004 22:26:02 -0700
  • In-reply-to: <7F0AA25C9B1706448E8B73DFDD109B3112A6B8@EXCHANGE.TIGR.ORG>

Hi!  This is Robert Newman in Los Angeles.
I have a fern growing in my garden which I brought back from a marketplace
in southern China a couple of years ago.  It has lots of spores on it.  I
think it is a type of Drynaria, but I'm not sure of that.  I have some
digital photos of it.  Is there some place I can post the photos to see if
folks in the group can help me identify it?  Then I can let others know what
it is (or at least what it probably is?) and offer the spore of it to those
who are interested.
Thanks!  Robert

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