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Name:  Dolores
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Question:
I have recently returned from Italy, on vacation, and would like to use some of what I learned to share with media specialists. One area I had difficulty finding information on was the plants and trees that are native or common in Italy. I even tried over there for a book on this, but could find no information available in English. Is there any type of database that I could search to get this information?


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Possibly helpful:

http://siba2.unile.it/sedi/Orto/orto.htm
http://space.tin.it/scienza/mfodde/
http://www.gagg.mcmail.com/photoflora.htm

Sincerely,

Anthony R. Brach, Ph.D.


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