Locality data

J.E. Shields jshields@indy.net
Tue, 30 Oct 2012 11:16:13 PDT
I think it is a lot cheaper to look at your map than to send a sample for 
DNA analysis!  Both should accomplish the same thing.  In the days before 
DNA sequencing, of course, you had no options to using your maps.

Jim Shields

At 11:06 AM 10/30/2012 -0700, you wrote:
>Dylan wrote
> > A locality would be of great help, hence the value
> > in obtaining and keeping such data wherever possible.
>Reminds me of a funny story. I was in Mexico and asked somebody
>knowledgeable what species of Beaucarnea we were seeing. He is not a
>succulent specialist, but he replied that he had been to the same spot
>with, and had asked the same question of, a Beaucarnea specialist. The
>Beaucarnea specialist replied, "Where are we?"
>Leo Martin
>Phoenix Arizona USA

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