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Sections Ceratocaulis and Dutra

©Rich Sanders 1999-2003
 
Fruit smooth and indihescent
(doesn't split open by itself)
or dihescing irregularly

Section ceratocaula

Datura ceratocaula

Photo from:
Plants of the Gods
by R.E. Schultes and A. Hoffmann
(1992)
 
Fruit with spines or tubercles (bumps)

Section dutra

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Photo from:
Blakeslee- The Genus Datura
by Avery, Satina and Rietsema
 (1959)

©Rich Sanders 1999-2003

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