Date: Sat, 12 Jun 1999 23:11:25 EDT From: Mybog@aol.com To: email@example.com Message-Id: <aabcdefg2141$foo@default> Subject: Re: CP2000 travel-FT preview I
Just returned from one of the cp capitals of the West: NW CA & SW-OR.
Thought some of you might be interested in a preview of possible highlights
there if you are free to wander our wilderness areas next summer.
Key Words: Gasquet, Hiouchi, Wimer Road, $8 Mountain Rd., Smith River,
Illinois River, serpentine.
Probable cps: Darlingtonia californica, Drosera rotundifolia, Pinguicula
Possible cps north or south of this area: all other cps of W.-US including U.
Other species of note: serpentine endemics, several members of Liliaceae,
Also to be seen: emu, ostrich, pronghorn antelope, llama, various elk,
several avian species of both oceanic and continental origin to fatten up
those life lists.
Coleman, R. 1995. The Wild Orchids of California. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell.
Hitchcock, C.L. & A. Cronquist. 1973. Flora of the Pacific Northwest.
Seattle: U. of Washington Press.
Kruckeberg, A.R. 1984. California Serpentines: Flora, Vegetation, Geology,
Soils, and Management Problems. Berkeley/London: UC Press.
Rondeau, J.H. 1995. Carnivorous Plants of the West. Volume II: California,
Oregon, Washington. San Jose: 37 Sunnyslope Avenue.
Anbody interested in doing a grand-slam of NA cps in the summer of 2000;
probably only cost about 3 weeks and $30K!
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