2461 - Woodland (Garden) - 2010-04-06|
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Locality: USA - HBG Photo on 5 April 2010
Photographer: Harold Holmes
Note: Need Help with ID. (Sent: Trilliumfirstname.lastname@example.org)
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- Identification: Jan Renfroe (2010-04-07) =Trillium cuneatum
Your photo reminds me a some green cuneatum that I have in the garden.
They're not open yet, so I'm going from memory.
North Central Washington
- Note: Charles Hunter (2010-04-07) - Harold: Likely cuneatum, but check the anthers. Unlike sessile, underwoodii,
decipiens and others that have protruding, usually "beaked" (pointed)
connectives extending obviously above the top of the pollen sacs, cuneatum
has the tip of the connective and top of the anther pollen sac equal (or the
connective just barely longer).
Snyrna, Georgia z7, but feels like z9 now