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I must offer a big "thank you" to Edge for clarifying how I was looking at things.

My comments were not critical or accusatory or preservationist.  I certainly did not intend to "open a can of worms".  I spoke simply from observation of how people are able to use information to abuse rather than educate.  What I frightened me about a web page was the inclusion of native species on the page.  
It never occurred to me that I would be misunderstood or that things would become an argument about introduced species.  I certainly never mentioned it, so I don't know who thought of it as something related to my comment.
Seems to me that subject is a whole different cup of tea..... 

Mariel Stephenson, from an English garden
Columbia,  Boone County, MO
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