The "real' stoloniferous T. clusiana

Mon, 30 Mar 2015 18:14:18 PDT
Yes. It's just an example of bad taxonomy. "Apomictic species" are clones. 

Apomictic species are not clones. Clones do not exist in nature, because a clone, by definition, requires a human agent. Townsendia, for example, contains species which have sexual forms and apomictic forms. 
Why do bulbs create bulbils? (Rhetorical question, designed to dismiss out-of-hand the claim that asexual reproduction does not make a species.)
Bob Nold
Denver, Colorado, USA

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