Hi plant-ed net, Do you know of a "fernnet." Thanks, Frank Dye

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From: "Janice M. Glime" <jmglime at mtu.edu>
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Subject: Re: NETS (as opposed to Nuts!)
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> Janice,
> 
> Since my interests in plants are eclectic, do you know of a fernnet (or
> perhaps a pteridonet).  Thanks, Frank
> 
Frank,
 I don't know of any, but try asking the plant-ed net: 
plant-ed at net.bio.net
Janice






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