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sweet after death
accepted scientific name
Fukuda & H.G. Baker
rules for finding collection records
Achlys californica (145)
Image Author: ©1997
Image License: Author's permission
Flowers: No obvious petals
Plant Observed 3rd week of April thru 3rd week of August
How Likely at this Location (13%)
Name Match (100%)
Plant Showiness (54%)
A. triphylla and A. californica are similar. One way to tell them apart is to count the number of chromosome in a cell. If the number is 12 then the plant is A. triphylla. If the number is 24 the plant is A. californica. If you are unsure, the plant is most likely A. triphylla.
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