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RE: Arizona Ferns


The greatest diversitiy of ferns I have seen is in the Chiracahua mountains.
Many trails such as the greenhouse trail have an abundance of dry growing
ferns such as Cheilanthes, Pityrogramma, etc.    These are mostly on the
rocky and sunny slopes there.  Others occur not far away but at higher
elevation in rustler park. 

Dr. Jim Downer
University of California Cooperative Extension
669 County Square Drive, Suite 100
Ventura CA, 93003
805-645-1458

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-ferns@hort.net [mailto:owner-ferns@hort.net] On Behalf Of Tom
Stuart
Sent: Monday, March 10, 2008 10:50 AM
To: ferns@hort.net
Subject: [ferns] Arizona Ferns

I am in receipt of the following letter. If you know of appropriate trails
or sites, please share.

> 
> I will be hiking around Arizona for a few days in early April.  I 
> would love to identify trails that are likely to have native 
> populations of ferns!  I have done a bit of internet exploration but  
> have not found the best resources yet.  I will try again at the  
> Phoenix and Tucson botanical gardens.  If you have any other  
> resources to recommend I would be most appreciative.
> 
Tom Stuart, Outreach Coordinator
American Fern Society
PO Box 517, Croton Falls, NY 10519

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