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"Hooked" Leaves

From: Sharon McAllister <73372.1745@compuserve.com>

O.K.  The poster is ready, for those of you who want to SEE what we've been
discussing.  As luck would have it, I'd just uploaded a photo that includes
an example of this phenomenon.  The URL is


If you're a frequent visitor, you'll find the new poster accessible from
the Photo Gallery [along with some other recently uploaded goodies]. 
Otherwise, click on "Updates"  in the upper righthand corner of the main
page, and then on "Hooked Leaves".  

It's subtle.  Once you've seen this characteristic you can easily spot it
again -- but it's something that's much easier to "show" than "tell".

Sharon McAllister

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