Datura inoxia ©Rich Sanders 1999-2003
©American Brugmansia & Datura Society (ABADS) 2003
Corolla teeth at midpoint of each
section extremely short (giving
the appearance of a five-toothed
flower), flower edge regularly-
rounded, flowers in upper
portions may be tinged with
purple or pale violet

subspecies quinquecuspida

Also known as D. wrightii or D.

Corolla teeth at midpoint of each
section are larger (giving the
appearance of a ten-toothed
flower), flower edge wavy and
show no color tinge at corolla
edge (flower is solid white)

subspecies innoxia

Also known as D. inoxia, or
sometimes D. meteloides due to
historical confusion

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©Rich Sanders 1999-2003



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