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Author Topic: Dyckia fragrans?  (Read 305 times)
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« on: September 02, 2012, 17:17:14 »

I was at a society meeting recently and somebody mentioned Dyckia fragrans. When I went to look it up I found lots of hits and pictures, but it wasn't listed in any binomial/synonym site. One site even listed it as being described by LB Smith & Reed. Does anybody know the story of this seemingly incorrect name?

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