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|I’d Call It That||3.0||4.94||1||(nathan)|
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I’m willing to take Doug’s word that this is L. rubrilacteus, but I wonder what the conditions are for this paler/greener form. It’s not completely outside my experience with this species. I was just reviewing all the collections for this species and they seem to fall into two color forms.