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Re: : Re: Fern from New Guinea


Hi Denise, 
I would like to know where you are and maybe we can swap some ferns 
and or spore.You can contact me of list if you like at

 milton@boldscape.com.au

Regards
Milton Edwards




On 9 Mar 2006 at 0:04, Brian Swale wrote:

From:           	"Brian Swale" <bj@caverock.net.nz>
To:             	"Denise" <101989@lizzy.com.au>, ferns@hort.net
Date sent:      	Thu, 9 Mar 2006 00:04:32 +1300
Subject:        	: Re: [ferns] Fern from New Guinea
Send reply to:  	ferns@hort.net

> Hi all,
> 
> Denise wrote
> > 
> > Hi Brian,
> >     I am new to computor and forum.  But Loved Your photo.  I have grown 
> > ferns in oz for 30 Years and there is a fern being sold here now as the 
> > lizard fern, microsorium musifolium,but the spore is not as raised but looks a
> > lot like yours..    But I am wondering if it was collected in the 'wild' it may
> > be the only one in cultvation. and it may never have been classified?????
> > 
> >      Will there be any spore available for purchase?????
> 
> Hello Denise; as much as I might  like to, I can not take any credit for those 
> two excellent photos. They were crafted with considerable photographic 
> knowledge and skill by the person who brought the enquiry to me.
> 
> All I did was create the web-page to hold them.
> 
> That particular fern plant is in the living ferns collection of the University of 
> Massachusetts, USA. Who knows if it is the only one in cultivation?.
> 
> If, as has been said, this is a fairly common lowland species in NG, it should 
> not be too hard to come by, with a little ingenuity.
> 
> When I get the copy of the ferns volume of Flora Malesiana that I am 
> negotiating to purchase, I might be in a better position to comment on that. 
> However, it could be from 6 weeks to 10 weeks before this book is in my 
> hands.
> 
> Sincerely,
> 
> Brian
> 
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