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Re: index AFJ

I have been building a fern literature database since 1981.
It is only a part time endeavor but it has all my botany book and AFJ back
to 1964 with all the literature citations from the articles in AFJ.
It is not ready for commercial use, but I'd be willing to aid researchers
with bibliographies, checking their article citations prior to publication.
I have noticed in adding items to my database and checking against original
source that there have been far too many errors in the AFJ  citations in the
last few years.

PS AFS did publish an index to vol 1-25  (Edgar T. Wherry, Dec. 1939 suppl.
to Vol 29 No. 4)

John Scott
Rockland Botanical Garden

----- Original Message -----
From: "Mike Barker" <barkerms@muohio.edu>
To: <ferns@hort.net>
Sent: Wednesday, July 09, 2003 12:33 AM
Subject: Re: [ferns] index AFJ

> I do not know of an electronic or hardcopy index to AFJ that includes
> its complete history. ...................................

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