[Trillium-l] Sulcatum Diversity

Holmes holmes_harold at bellsouth.net
Thu May 12 02:31:29 CEST 2011


Sure John, Thanks. The 3 T. rugelii are neat. The stamineum and discolor are 
also not sulcatum, but they are self evident.
Harold----- PS: Jerry also has some neat Eagle Photos (and many others)

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> Harold,  Are you sure that pictures 29,30,31 did not get mixed with T.
> rugelii?  The aspect of the stamens and ovary differs from the rest of the
> pictures.
>
> John Gyer  Clarksboro  NJ  USA
>
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>> Jerry Green is a photographer that I get to take some of the Trillium
>> pictures at HBG.  A few days after I did the Trillium sulcatum case study
>> He
>> took a bunch of sulcatum photos. It illustrates some of the diversity in
>> the
>> case study.  You can see his sulcatum and other photos @
>> http://gofish.smugmug.com/
>>
>
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