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Re: Fern apogamy

  • Subject: Re: [ferns] Fern apogamy
  • From: Sue Olsen foliageg@juno.com
  • Date: Sun, 9 Jan 2005 10:59:58 -0800

Hi Tony,
I wondered the same thing when I saw Tom's list. Your results are very
interesting. My spores for the C. caryotideum x falcatum came from the
BPS spore exchange and were donated by a member from Australia. The
progeny were all essentially identical and intermediate between the
parents. I have not tried to propagate the next generation, but, based on
this discussion, will watch for ripe spores this coming summer.
Sue Olsen
Bellevue, WA where it is snowing lightly and quite lovely!

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