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Photo#728618
Maybe Sloping Sallow - Sericaglaea signata

Maybe Sloping Sallow - Sericaglaea signata
10 miles north of Bloomington, Burma Rd, Monroe County, Indiana, USA
November 20, 2012

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Maybe Sloping Sallow - Sericaglaea signata Maybe Sloping Sallow - Sericaglaea signata

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Steve,
This may well be a Sloping Sallow but I don't think it is. Notice how the PM turns up sharply near the costa; the ML has a similar shape, connecting the reniforms; the AM has a similar shape but not as steep. Also this specimen has a very pronounced basal line. I've been trying to ID a similar sallow for a year, to no avail. Hopefully we'll know before too long.
Robert

I'd say you were right.
I'd say you were right.

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