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From: Paul Furman <paul at EDGEHILL.NET>
Subject: Re: T. chloropetalum vs albidum
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Here's pictures:
<http://hills.ccsf.edu/~pfurma02/index.php?SCREEN=ecards.php&IMG_DIR= 04-03-11-trillium>

Paul Furman wrote:

> ...I'm understanding these descriptions, if it
> has greenish (yellow?) anthers and ovary it must be albidum.


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Paul Furman
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(415) 722-6037

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