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Added to http://www.hort.net/nature/

   CALPHOTOS: CALIFORNIA PLANTS & HABITATS

   Looking for information about a plant growing in your California
   backyard? Or maybe you're in the Midwest or on the East Coast with
   some heat-tolerant plants outside your window. Either way, you can
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   20,000 images were drawn from both public and private collections to
   illustrate foliar, floral, and fruiting characteristics. You can even
   search for plants by type, color, or photographer!

      http://elib.cs.berkeley.edu/photos/flora/

Added to http://www.hort.net/monographs/fungus/

   FUNGI IMAGES ON THE NET

   Looking for a fungi to hang out with? If so, you don't even have to
   go to a dating service. Here's a site to help you recognize more
   different types than you ever imagined was possible! With links to
   over 1500 full-color photographs across the Internet, it's suddenly a
   lot easier to tell a Morchella from a Gyromitra when morel season
   comes around.

      http://www.pip.dknet.dk/%7Efvl/mushimage/imageframe1.htm


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