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    Featured articles:
    A Tale of Two Cacti
    Dana M. Price & Martin Terry

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    Martin Terry

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    Martin Terry

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    Joselyn Fenstermacher


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    Regrowth on a Lophophora williamsii in 2016.
    This plant was not one of our subjects.
    Those are not yellow flowers but are floral remnants after the petals were eaten by something.






    Phase 2 - Reharvest of regrowth
    2010
    2012



    Published accounts:
    2-year report in 2011





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      Regrowth study site showing typical Tamaulipan thornscrub vegetation



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                    2010 regrowth on the same Lophophora williamsii that was shown at top of this page.




      Regrowth on the same Lophophora williamsii in 2012


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      Regrowth on the same Lophophora williamsii in 2014.


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      Regrowth on the same Lophophora williamsii in 2016.

      A look at one of our control plants shows a similar picture.

      Control plant #157 over the years



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