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Re: Finding spore

I suppose I could send you A. pedatum spores if you really want that.  I
have some in my yard.

   -   Don Lubin
       Boston MA USA

> Hi
> No one here seems able to help me with Adiantum spore but does anyone know
> who or where I might still try asking for Adiantum spore?
> I would really really appreciate it very very much.
> Peter Strong thanks for the spore you sent me I only received it 2 weeks
> ago
> but I lost your e-mail address.
> I am looking for any adiantum spore except a. cappillus-veneris.
> Kindest greetings from Namibia
> Doret
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