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Re: id of plant please?

I can assure you that it is not P.australe but it certainly appears to be
very close to, and may well prove to be the endangered P.havlasae.
Geraniaceae is all around the world
mail to:SCRIVENS@bigpond.com
-----Original Message-----
From: Ingrid <alfmike@ALGONET.SE>
Date: Sunday, October 22, 2000 5:08 PM
Subject: id of plant please?

>Greetings from Sweden!
>I wonder if you could please help me identify a pel belonging to a
>friend. There is a link posted to it at the bottom of the page;
>for that matter, there are other pellies there to identify if you
>should feel up to it :-)
>My friend has grown it as P australe which it is not in my opinion,
>what do you think?
>Many thanks for your help and suggestions,
>Ingrid in dark grey and rainy Sweden ( it is THAT time of the year again!)

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