2014-10-23"Ian Thompson confirmed ID and added "... both observations are G. leptogonium. The pustules are more obvious on yours as there has been a few weeks' fruit development post flowering. Chris's images only have the ovaries at flowering time so the pustules are less conspicuous. However, in his top image, when I clicked on x2048 and with magnifier on, I could see white specks around the perimeter of the ovaries corresponding to pustules. Both records show the typical bristliness of the plants and the long peduncles.""
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|Created||2014-10-23 by chrisl (Chris Lindorff)|
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