Regrowth study site showing typical Tamaulipan
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2010 regrowth on the
williamsii that was shown at top of this page.
on the same Lophophora williamsii in 2012
on the same Lophophora williamsii in 2014.
on the same Lophophora williamsii in 2016.
on same Lophophora williamsii in 2016.
This plant was not one of our subjects but is showing regrowth following an earlier harvest.
Those are not yellow flowers but are floral remnants after the petals
were eaten by something.
A look at one of our control plants shows a similar picture.
The same plant had been harvested by someone when we visited in 2018