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Passiflora foetida - which one

Post by sandra orais on Sun Oct 31, 2010 7:56 am

Can anyine identify this P.foetida - the flowers are white with bluish /lavender fillaments and the fruit is hairy

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Re: Passiflora foetida - which one

Post by Passif on Thu Nov 11, 2010 12:54 am

Do you have a picture?
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Post by sandra orais on Thu Nov 11, 2010 5:46 am

I cannot cope with this website - I have pictures but can't get them to be posted. Are you on facebook or can I e-mail to you . I have posted a picture on Florapix

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Post by Passif on Thu Nov 11, 2010 11:15 am

Sandra,

No, I am not on Facebook. I was part of it and I never got interested.

The way I download a picture (translated from a computer that speaks to me in French):

Click on the icone looking like 2 rectangles partly recovering (when you answer a message, it is 6th on the left)
Click on "Browse" to find your picture
Click on "Send"
After a few seconds, click on "Copy" on the middle of the 3
Ctrl–C
Click again on the 6th icon to close the window
Ctrl–V on the message to place the picture's address
Click on "Preview" and go down to check how it looks
Then go down to leave the preview and resume writing or click on "Send" to send the message

The result is next:



Passiflora foetida var. hispida in French Guiana

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Re: Passiflora foetida - which one

Post by Passif on Thu Nov 11, 2010 11:28 am

Sandra,

I saw the 2 pictures. I forgot it was the name of the gallery associated with the List.

I am not sure I can figure out a variety name, but I will try tomorrow at work. They tend to hybridize in cultivation.

Are you growing that plant? Do you know if the fruits are red or yellowish–orange or greenish when ripe.

To get my work e-address, Google" Smithsonian Botany Staff" and you will find me near the bottom.

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