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Rare Dicksonias

  • Subject: [ferns] Rare Dicksonias
  • From: Sue Olsen foliageg@juno.com
  • Date: Sun, 14 May 2006 11:13:40 -0700

Hello All,
The Glasgow Botanic Gardens would like to display (in their newly
renovated glasshouse) as complete a collection as possible of the world's
Dicksonias . To this end they are currently looking specifically for
spores of two rare species, D. stubellii from Peru and D. externa from
Alexander Selkirk Island. Can anyone help?
Sue Olsen

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