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Re: fragrant ferns

A circumboreal fragrant fern would be Dryopteris fragans (L.) Schott.

-Mike Barker

At 01:10 PM 1/30/2003 +1030, you wrote:
>Hi Guys
>Have been asked for info on fragrant ferns.
>I am pushing my memory,
>Two are Nephrolepis garotti? and Microsorum scandens and an Adiantum too I
>Art there any more ideas or thoughts?
>Kindest regards
>Keith Rogers
>Mannum South Australia
>On the web with Keith's Fern Page at
>Supporting the Fern Society of South Australia Inc at
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"We should realize that the game is crooked,
but also that it is the only game in town."
- Cronquist on phylogenetic reconstruction, 1988

Mike Barker
Dept. of Botany ph. 513-461-1260
Miami University        fx.  513-529-4243
Oxford, OH 45056        barkerms@muohio.edu

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