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Feb 2, 2015 5:45 AM CST
|I'm sorry, it's a picture that's not nervosa.
the shape of the sheet-eggs to spear, the number of sheets of 9-21 sheets of thin and soft, the height of the 0,1-0,8m
your 7-9 leaves, such as Ilex, leathery
It's Mahonia aquifolium
Feb 2, 2015 9:53 AM CST
|You're right, of course. No idea how this got submitted as nervosa. Somehow it appears all of the photos of M. aquifolium are under nervosa.
(The recent taxonomic desire to shove everything into Berberis is really quite distressing, too, as it makes distinguishing between branches of this group all the more difficult).
Feb 2, 2015 11:11 AM CST
|It's hard to determine from the picture-photos
often not see the characteristics of the
the image is bright, or gloomy, little sharp,...
often I see in plants in the wrong stores the names of the species, sometimes families
then you say, but I have a name on the packaging
also often change the taxonomic names and groups
often they are not uniform, each a botanical garden or the University uses one's ...
It is an endless fight
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