Mystery plant not Tapeinia pumila

David Ehrlich
Sun, 26 Apr 2009 18:44:31 PDT
Thank you, Mary Sue,

  I think my plant could be T. dubia.

  Except for the color, is there any obvious way to tell T. dubia from I. pumilio?  The Manning-Goldblatt-Snijman book says that the leaf structure is different.  How different -- would I need a compound microscope and microtome?  Was the dicussion you refer to on-line?

David E.

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