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Giant Equisetum web pages

  • Subject: [ferns] Giant Equisetum web pages
  • From: chad.husby@fiu.edu
  • Date: Mon, 4 Nov 2002 22:31:44 -0500

Greetings everyone,

I invite you to visit the web pages I have authored on the 
giant horsetails (Equisetum giganteum, E. 
myriochaetum, and E. x schaffneri), the largest living 
members of a very unique genus of pteridophytes.  
These pages include photographs and illustrations of 
giant horsetails along with discussions of their 
taxonomy, ecology, physiology, and cultivation.


I welcome any comments, questions, or observations 
you may have regarding these remarkable plants.

Chad Husby

Chad Husby
Dept. of Biological Sciences(OE167)
Florida International University
11200 S.W. 8th Street
Miami, FL  33199
e-mail:  chad.husby@fiu.edu

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