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RE: Jims bug problem link now new link

New pictures are posted on at:


First entry is:

It--both flower and plant--looks a bit like Stapelia gigantea, the 
smelly starfish flower, except it's smaller. So I think it may be 
another Stapelia species--but since there are 100 or so species, which 

Second link is revised mystery bug.... interesting that those are all

Sorry Jim.... don't know the answer to either of your situations there,
not to mention I haven't been home all day, so first getting to e-mail

Who will be home tomorrow! (I think)

> Just sent Donna a better picture--and printed it out for Ms. Fatma who
> is going to post it in her classroom. But first, I going to take it to
> our licensed pest-control guy at work and see what he says.

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