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Re: Giant Equisetum web pages

  • Subject: Re: [ferns] Giant Equisetum web pages
  • From: StevenJRoyer@aol.com
  • Date: Thu, 07 Nov 2002 09:36:48 -0500


I look forward to perusing the Equisetum page you created very much.  I hope your research goes well and you are enjoying your time in sunny Florida!  Right now  I envy you and have slight regrets over not taking the Directorship in NC this summer!  Fernwood moves forward though and I had a few things I needed to accomplish before my stay here is complete.  

All my best,


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