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Anne. I know that area quite well and have several species lists.( from Don Cameron, Eric Doucette, Josh Brown). Let me know when you are going out.
 
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From: Anne Perry <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Shores of Lake Androscoggin
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Date: Tuesday, June 22, 2010, 8:20 PM


Greetings from Harpswell,
Question for you: Are there any unusual plants I should be looking out for
on the northeast side of Lake Androscoggin - sandy beach and mixed woodland.
I am helping a friend with some acres there to do a quick survey for a
botanical photobook. First tour is Saturday, June 26. Would like to
highlight the "gems". Appreciate any help you can give. Thanks, Anne