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Re: Earthquake Nepal

Thanks Steve. I got the same message via PM. It's still a terrible disaster, but one always worries first about our friends. Wim
wimwwimw
May 1
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Re: Earthquake Nepal

A few people have mentioned on the Indian Ferns site that he is ok Wim steve From: mailto:uk-ferns@yahoogroups.com Sent: Thursday, April 30, 2015 4:16 PM To:
steve
Apr 30
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1418

Earthquake Nepal

Is there any news from Christopher? Is he allright? Wim
wimwwimw
Apr 30
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1417

Re: Search for a website

Dear Rense I can strongly recommend Niki s work I have two of her images one of Dryopteris dilatata and another of a Paris Both illustrate a new approach to
David Redmore
Oct 31, 2014
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1416

Re: Search for a website

John, thanks a lot! That was exactly what I was looking, great!!! Best regards, Rense
renseh
Oct 29, 2014
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Re: Search for a website

Dear Rense I think the illustration was by Niki Simpson. You can see an example of her work, with an account, in the Pteridologist Vol. 5 p.160 (2010). This is
John Edgington
Oct 29, 2014
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Search for a website

Dear all, Sorry for bothering you with a trivial question, but somehow I can't find a certain website and I think some of you may know where to find it. Some
renseh
Oct 28, 2014
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Phil Pullen
Oct 13, 2014
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1412

Re: Which taxon from the Dryopteris affinis aggregate is this

Dear Rense, I concur with Tony and agree that the fern in your photos looks most like D. borreri.The pinnules display the distinctive "squared" tips of that
howard_ferns
Sep 27, 2014
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Re: Which taxon from the Dryopteris affinis aggregate is this

Dear Tony, Thanks a lot for the quick answer! D. * borreri was one of the two possibilities I reckoned with. From the description in the 2007 paper by CF-J, I
renseh
Sep 26, 2014
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Re: Which taxon from the Dryopteris affinis aggregate is this

Dear Rense, I'll happily stand corrected on this but I would strongly suggest that your frond is Dryopteris borreri (or D affinis ssp borreri to agree with
tony1church
Sep 26, 2014
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Re: Which taxon from the Dryopteris affinis aggregate is this

Sorry, but of course I should have said that it was collected in the southern part of the Netherlands.
renseh
Sep 26, 2014
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Which taxon from the Dryopteris affinis aggregate is this

The day before yesterday I found the fern in the attached photos. I'm new to the Dryopteris affinis group, but I believe it's a plant from this aggregate.
renseh
Sep 26, 2014
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Re: Sorry - Dryopteris affinis again?!

Dear Chris, Re: The Species and Subspecies in the Dryopteris Affinis Group I have read your essential and fascinating paper many times. Without it where would
tony1church
Jan 11, 2014
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Re: Sorry - Dryopteris affinis again?!

Sorry Wim, I missed this one, due to Bhutan work. I think a lot of trouble comes in Botany from theoretical approaches to taxonomy where a certain supposed
chrisophilus
Jan 11, 2014
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