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Isle of Skye

  • Subject: [ferns] Isle of Skye
  • From: "Winter, Wim de" Wim.dewinter@wur.nl
  • Date: Mon, 21 Feb 2005 21:44:03 +0100
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  • Thread-topic: [ferns] Prothalli

The island Skye in Western Scotland is an exceptional place in harbouring no
less than five horsetail hybrids. Apart from the ubiquitous E. x littorale, E.
x dycei, E. x rothmahleri, E. x font-query and E. x trachyodon have been
reported there.

E. x font-query covering a vast area seems hard to miss, but the other hybrids
too, though of exceedingly rare distribution, apparently build up large

Is anyone here familiar with their growing sites?

--- Wim de Winter ---

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