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Hosta Man wrote:
> Is it possibly H. 'Erromena?' It sure sounds like it.
Does anyone have a photo posted on their www of Erromena? I have
looked in all my books and can not find any description or photo.
Or perhaps someone would like to email me some photos. I do not 
have a scanner yet.

I have noticed that Ventricosa is another possibility? 

peri, SouthEastern Ontario, CANADA, mailto:briard-hosta@kos.net

"For those of you whom have asked, peri does not stand for perogi
but peri is my first name. I live in Southeastern Ontario near
Kingston. My email address of briard is the breed of dog I have."

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