Help with S. Baja bulb ID

Leo A. Martin
Thu, 23 Nov 2006 09:12:18 PST
> The article Alan sent me says it's common name is "ceboll?n de
> monte". (I think this means "little onion of the mountain".)

I think what you wrote is ceboll[o with accent]n - which would translate
as "big onion of the mountain." In this sense "big" could mean both size
or importance.

Also, I'm sure the botanists who wrote the article would be delighted to
receive the locality where the photos were taken.

Leo Martin
Phoenix Arizona USA

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