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Wednesday - May 19, 2010

From: Citrus Springs, FL
Region: Southeast
Topic: Wildflowers
Title: Does the Dyschoriste oblongifolia attract snakes ?
Answered by: Barbara Medford

QUESTION:

Does the Dyschoriste oblongifolia (oblongleaf snakeherb)attract snakes?

ANSWER:

No.

Native Florida Wildflowers Dyschoriste oblongifolia (Twinflower)

 

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