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Hi Chris,

There is some growing in the woods south of the Colby campus, off of 
Runnal's hill.  It's not near a trail or anything so I would have to 
walk to the site with Bill.  It is about a 15 minute walk from my office.

Judy

Christopher Campbell wrote:
> 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. 
>
> Thanks,
> Chris
>
> Christopher S. Campbell
> Department of Biological Sciences
> University of Maine
> Orono, ME 04469
> 207-581-2982
> check our web site:
> http://www.umesci.maine.edu/biology/
>
>
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