Notes: All growing within a small (3-4 square yard) patch. Some with, and others without the star-shaped split bulb.
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This material has been recieved and accessioned into Rod’s herbarium.
preserved for study.
I think they are the same. I made a recent comment (another obs) about the split bulb being a defining macro-character for A. brunnescens. Perhaps this was an overstatement of the importance of this trait.
Would love to know whether there are genetic differences between the two (split-bulb vs non-split) great enough to consider two separate species or variants.
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