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Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Re: BRYONET: Bryonet: Etymologies of Bryophyte Names

BRYONET

Dear Lily,

There is a very nice dictionary of prefixes, suffixes and combining forms
that you can download for free in the following address:

http://showtime.arkansasonline.com/spellingbee/site/images/pre_suf_comb.pdf

I have found it a great source for finding out the roots of moss names
(either Greek or Latin).

Take care!

Juan

Juan Larrain B.
Departamento de Botanica
Universidad de Concepcion
Casilla 160-C, Concepcion, Chile
musgoschiloe@gmail.com
Fono: (56) 41-2204418
Fax: (56) 41-2246005
www.musgosdechile.cl
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