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Friday, October 9, 2009

RE: BRYONET: local endemics

BRYONET

These arguments have been going on since I was a young graduate student
and why they are interesting, as a collector, I need to put a name on
the collection that will convey succinctly what I have found and can be
listed in a flora or part of an ecosystem (also a subjective concept).

Many of us live in a real world, dealing with politicians and natural
areas managers, who need to know is an area is worth spending time and
money saving or preserved for public enjoyment.

Paul Redfearn

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