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Jan 4, 2014 1:14 PM CST
|In this photo note the slight hairyness (pubescents) on the stems and leaves. |
P. virginianum has this pubescents whereas P. tenuifolium does not have hairs on the stem (P. tenuifolium is glabrous, smooth and hairless), other than that their leaf shape/form is nearly identical.
If we had no holes in our leaves we would have no butterflies!
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