the next from Kalatope sanctuary...

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Alok & Isabelle

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15-Feb-2011, 6:32:04 am15/02/11
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Dear friends,
Since I have found this beautifully interactive forum, I am offloading
my last years unanswered questions to you... I hope you all do not
mind... :))
Here is another one of the flowers I have yet to id...
Alok
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Gurcharan Singh

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15-Feb-2011, 9:20:11 am15/02/11
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Crucifers are often difficult to identify without fruits, but looking at flowers and leaves it looks like Thlaspi cochleariforme


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J.M. Garg

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21-May-2011, 12:41:03 pm21/05/11
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Forwarding again for Id confirmation or otherwise please.

Some earlier relevant feedback:

“Crucifers are often difficult to identify without fruits, but looking at flowers and leaves it looks like Thlaspi cochleariforme

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Alok Mahendroo

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21-May-2011, 1:01:29 pm21/05/11
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Sir,
I think I repeated this in another observation:
ref: Kalatope al170311
Regards
Alok

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