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RE: Jim's begonia's pictures

Watergardeners have already started using this system... at first it
seemed great, but as you look at your lilies wondering what the name
is... is it truly worth the time and trouble to do a dna test on it?


> at some point all this very out-of-date genus/species nomenclature
> yield for a system based on dna analysis--which most of us won't
> understand, but which will end a lot of the academic bickering, and,
> perhaps, eliminate some of the questionable identifications we now

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