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Re: Amorph odoratus.

  • Subject: Re: Amorph odoratus.
  • From: GeoffAroid@aol.com
  • Date: Thu, 16 May 2002 18:40:32 -0500 (CDT)

If I can put in my 2 pence worth on this topic the smell of odoratus is 
exactly (for those old enough to remember it) the smell of hot Bakelite, that 
primitive early plastic they used to make electrical plugs from, it always 
seemed to be brown. There is a slight carroty-fruity component also however. 
One of the less obnoxious species, even tolerable indoors.
Geoffrey Kibby

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