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Hi Rick,

My 1977 AMC "Mountain Flowers of New England" has Geocaulon lividum
(Northern Commandra) "around the margins of the tableland of Katahdin". I
found G. umbellatum under a powerline in Sherborn MA in th 60's. I wonder
which plants these are parasitic on? Anyway,  can't manage the trip but wish
you luck with your search.

Anne

On 8/16/10 8:14 AM, "Art & Sallie Wilder" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Rick,
> 
> Thanks for the email but I think it's a little too much for me, haven't
> done anything like that in years.
> 
> Did you get to Moxie Falls for the fern hunt? I did that a few years ago
> but didn't volunteer for your trip as I didn't care for the site-
> slippery rocks and most of the site only accessible by rope. When I
> signed up for Carex capillaris I didn't realize ropework was involved so
> not sure if that will get done. Moxie Falls is a beautiful area though
> and our camp isn't far away.
> 
> Good luck with your trip!  Art
> 
> On 8/15/2010 9:04 PM, Rick Speer wrote:
>> I'm doing a rare plant survey for NEWFS/MNAP in Baxter State Park on the
>> weekend of Sept 10-13 and I would welcome a botanical companion.  It's a
>> search for 20-year old Diapensia lapponica and Geocaulon lividum sites.
>> 
>> We would need to start hiking in the Park around noon on Friday, September
>> 10 and the current plan is to hike out early on Monday, September 13.  If
>> interested, contact me at 207-783-8463 or [log in to unmask]
>> 
>> Rick Speer
>> 
>>