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Re: [IGSROBIN] Specimen & Speciwomen

Just checking.  The list seems to have died on me, at least Im not receiving
anything since December 30.  Did the milennium bug strike early?
-----Original Message-----
From: Andrew <awilson@FDA.NET>
Date: Thursday, December 31, 1998 1:57 AM
Subject: Specimen & Speciwomen

>Glad to see you came out into the open. Nothing like seeing your name out
>there to get attention. Welcome!
>I should tell people, Phil, that your first interest is in succulents,
>especially the Crassulaceae but that you also like the species Pelargoniums
>and Sarcs. Cindi can tell you what we have coming up in future meetings -
>n'est ce pas, Cindi?
>San Diego, California

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