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spore banks


I would like to put together a list of ex situ spore banks that exist for fern
and lycophyte conservation, for a mss I am working on.

If you have any information on the name of a spore bank, institution/location,
method of storage (-20oC, LN, moist storage, etc.), and any other information,
such as how long the spore bank has been in existence, approximate number of
samples, etc. and are willing to share that information, it would be very
welcome.

Thank you.

Valerie Pence
Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden

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