Richard Hebda
Botany Unit
Royal British Columbia Museum
Victoria, B.C.   V8V 1X4
Presented at the "British Columbia Native Plants, their current Status and Future
Colloquium at Botany Dept., University of British Columbia, May 12, 1990
	I thank Dr. J. Smol and Dr. I. Walker, Queens University, Kingston, 
Ontario and Dr. Adolf Ceska, and Cris Guppy, Royal British Columbia 
Museum and Dr. Rolf Mathewes, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, B.C. 
for valuable comments on draft versions of the manuscript.

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