Fwd: Establishing taxa as "present"

Richard xerics@cox.net
Mon, 01 Sep 2008 09:45:19 PDT
Hybrids between existing taxa also have the potential to be invasive
although I can't think of an example right now. Perhaps the USDA should
prohibit hybridizing as well.  A way around this is to label the plant
imports as toxic chemicals. Seems to be no barrier to that. Here in
California, they purposely put toxic waste (fluorosalicylic acid) into our
water supply. It's the law!  

Richard Wagner
Vista, CA

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On 29 Aug 08, at 8:39, Boyce Tankersley wrote:

> Apparently the USDA APHIS has never kept a record of the plants that have
> been imported into the USA. 

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