Hi Chris, Looking forward to the JBS meeting this summer.
Do he want any NH sites for Dir pal? And what does collecting mean? Listing
and documenting or actually taking plant material? The site I know is very
small and in a state park.
Also, when in the schedule is the book sale? How will it be run? I have
books and certainly don't want to miss it but have scheduled a loosestrife
removal day in my town on Friday am and was originally thinking about
leaving after dinner. Since I'm close, I could leave after the book sale
:-), maybe .
----- Original Message -----
From: "Christopher Campbell" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Monday, June 04, 2007 2:52 PM
Subject: Dirca palustris localities
> Dear JBS folks,
> Bill Graves from the midwest is coming to New England to collect
> populations of Dirca palustris. Janet Sullivan is showing him sites in NY,
> and he is coming to the Bangor area on 14 June. He can collect from the
> plant we have in the Fay Hyland
> Botanical Garden (wild-collected by Fay Hyland), and I directed him to the
> herbarium website, where we have 56 records of this species. I said I
> would ask around for localities. If you know of a site where this species
> grows, please let me know.
> Christopher S. Campbell
> Department of Biological Sciences
> University of Maine
> Orono, ME 04469
> check our web site: