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Posted | by: | Bruce Richter |

on: | March 27th, 2007 |

\begin{conjecture} Is there a graph $G$ that is a minor-minimal obstruction for two non-orientable surfaces? \end{conjecture}

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## Minor-Minimal Obstruction

Is a minor-minimal obstruction the same as a forbidden minor?