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Thread: Flava photos

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    Here's a moth eaten specimen growing on the Carolina coast. It's hard to judge what it is or how it fits in the flava taxonomy. It looks like it could be classified somewhere along the gradient of a veined flava.


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    Nice colouration. Could be rubricorpora/atropurpurea x ornata or even a red variety crossed with anything since it seems you can still get very red plants from a cross like atro x maxima.
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