Who knows the southern beeches? (was: Marsupials)

Al Stangenberger forags at nature.Berkeley.EDU
Mon Feb 7 12:21:24 EST 1994


In article <2j5quo$ime at sugar.neosoft.com>,
Cameron Laird <claird at sugar.NeoSoft.COM> wrote:
>In article <cnedin-010294093207 at mac037.geology.adelaide.edu.au>,
>>- The occurrance of _Northophagus- vegetation in Australia, Antarctica
>>and Soth America at this time. (Important note: _Northophagus_ seeds
>>cannot tolerate prolonged immersion in sea water - they degrade
>>rapidly i.e. no transport by sea).
>			.
>I believe there's no 'r' in the name of that genus.  If
>so, you'll perhaps want to correct your archive file.

Also, it is spelled with an f, not a ph !

The correct spelling of the genus is   Nothofagus  .

-- 
Al Stangenberger                    Dept. of Env. Sci., Policy, & Mgt.
forags at nature.berkeley.edu          145 Mulford Hall - Univ. of Calif.
BITNET: FORAGS AT UCBNATUR          Berkeley, CA  94720
(510) 642-4424  FAX: (510) 643-5438                      



More information about the Ag-forst mailing list