Back to Lycoris squamigera and Hymenocallis occidentalis

Carol Jensen
Sun, 14 Aug 2005 19:45:18 PDT
At 21:14 14-08-2005, Adam Fikso wrote:
>I believe 
>that it could have survived in the Chicago area prior to the arrival of 
>farms, because the leading edge of the glacierat the last ice edge was about 
>20 miles north of here.

I don't think any of US could have lived and survived just 20 miles south of the glacier during the last ice age.

There was a part of southern west Jutland in Denmark which was not covered with ice, but it was a tundra-like swampy place and no one lived there at that time, as far as anyone knows. Much too cold. The ice was HIGH!


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