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Cytinus???

Posted by patusho25 z11 Mexico (My Page) on
Fri, Feb 9, 07 at 14:29

What Cytinus is this??

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RE: Cytinus???

  • Posted by josh z8a (My Page) on
    Wed, Feb 14, 07 at 1:53

Curious about such an eerily beautiful creature, I Googled and found a lot of sites...if you haven't tried this, maybe one would help you identify your plant? Just click on each photo and explore. Good luck. josh

Here is a link that might be useful: Cytinus


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RE: Cytinus???

Been there, done that. Just cant find an exact match for this parasitic plant. The litte red petals and that little yellow part of the flower reminds me of a miniature rafflesia.


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RE: Cytinus???

Its the male plant of Bdallophyton americanum for those interested.


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RE: Cytinus???

  • Posted by josh z8a (My Page) on
    Fri, Feb 16, 07 at 1:38

Glad you found your answer...thanks for adding the i.d. josh


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