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Re: [IGSROBIN] Geranium checklist

In a message dated 5/17/99 2:55:15 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
a.p.brouwer@IQUIP.NL writes:

> Hello,
>  See http://www.rjb.csic.es/Geranium/Check_geranium.html , the World
> Checklist of Geranium L. (Geraniaceae) by Carlos Aedo, Felix Munoz
Garmendia &
>  Francisco Pando. This document contains the identification key to the
> subgenera and sections. The geographical distribution of 423 geranium
> is given. It is a rather long document.
>  I made a summary of names only (at this moment) available at http://www.
> euronet.nl/users/in001351/geranium.html.
>  Bye,
>  Peter

Thanks Peter
That is wonderful.  Now I can positively ID most of my Geraniums this summer
as they bloom.

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