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Old 06-17-2004, 11:38 AM
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From: Diana Roberts, diana_c_roberts@hotmail.com
Date: 01/30/01
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Can anyone suggest an easy-to-find site for fetid adder's tongue?
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From: mazer
Date: 02/15/01
Time: 07:15 PM


Muir woods Mount Tam The darker and more shaded areas Bolinas Ridge Road, from Fairfax to Mt Tam. See www.calphoto.com for a posting of a sighting.
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From: Doreen Smith dlsmith@lvha.net
Date: 12/28/02
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In case you haven't yet found that easily-accessible patch of Scoliopus bigelovii... I suggest you try Lucas valley Road past the Big Rock, going west, under the patch of redwood trees just before the bend to avoid the headwaters of Nicasio Creek. There is a pull-out by a willow. Also at this site are many other fine native plants to be seen throughout the spring and summer.
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