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Old 10-16-2023, 10:15 PM
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Wow never seen califonicum before - reminds me a little of fasciculatum with the multiple, small flowers. Thanks, your photos clearly show your appreciation for these.
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congratulations!!! MIT...slacker LOL
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and i love it that you are getting more into photography! please keep posting pics
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Thank you all so much for the warm welcome and the congratulations!! I'm very glad to be back, and I'll be sure to keep posting pictures from time to time.

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Do you have a pic of the whole Spiranthes plant? How do leaves look?

Congrats on MIT! What will you specialize in, if you picked it already?
Ah—unfortunately not; several of these species have leaves that are almost withered by the time they flower, though. I'm currently thinking of studying computer engineering and maybe doing a double-major or minor in biology!

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Wow never seen califonicum before - reminds me a little of fasciculatum with the multiple, small flowers. Thanks, your photos clearly show your appreciation for these.
They do co-occur in some areas! It turns out that Cyp. californicum may be most closely related to some subtropical, multi-flowered species in Mexico. It might also be in its own clade; from what I've read, the multi-flowered growth habit is a more basal/ancestral characteristic in the genus, so a few unrelated groups share this feature.

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