Adam's apple

Thomas Lammers lammers at VAXA.CIS.UWOSH.EDU
Thu Apr 6 08:07:56 CDT 2000

At 11:41 AM 4/6/00 +0200, you wrote:

>         What I'm looking for is the bang-you're-dead (or ill) situation,
> a bit
>like what the apple did to Adam and Eve, or Sleeping Beauty.

Wasn't there a new species of Vaccinium that caused some problems for the
Cerro Neblina expedition a few years ago?  Don't recall the details, but
the assumption was that all known species of the genus were OK, so the sp.
nov. should be, too.

Thomas G. Lammers, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor and Curator of the Herbarium (OSH)
Department of Biology and Microbiology
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
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