TikTok September 2022

2022.09.02.01.  “Checking more recent literature (and ISB), I see this very lovely Sandhills Wireweed is a bit more widespread than our 2-county area, showing up in Peninsular Florida, as well as Western Georgia and Southern Alabama. The ISB sinks this into Polygonum (P. fimbriatum), while other treatments still recognize the plant as Polygonella fimbriata.”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7138973804532993322?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.02.02.  “So, yes, this matches the description for Dactyloctenium aegyptium, which sources tell is a cosmopolitan (weedy) species native to Africa. The plant I show is a lot more charming than other representatives I see pictured and preserved in ISB”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7138981317944888618?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.02.03.  “Should you happen to pass through Franklin County, FL along US 98, on a Friday, stop by the Marine Lab for a fun tour. Folks are studying corals, sharks, oysters, and all sorts of marine life and systems”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7138983249019260203?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.03.01.  “Super free fruit set on Asclepias incarnata”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7139358399279516971?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

20222.09.03.02.  “The lovely native Eryngium aquaticum is in full flower in the Panhandle. These plants create tight flower heads rather than open umbels characteristic of so many if their Carrot family relatives”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7139360083141594414?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.03.03.  “The incredibly open, skeletal structure on Symphyotrichum subulatum allows it to hide out around marshes with impunity”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7139361471003168042?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.04.01.  “Following keys on this plant, I believe it’s Ludwigia virgata, which might be a case of wishful thinking, in that the name is perfect for this wand like plant.”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7139713026860666155?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.04..02.  “Deb captured this clip of a Bee getting caught up in the anthers of this Torenia. Called Wishbone Flower, one guesses this Bee wishes not to get cuffed again. Wondering how this structure plays into pollination systems in the natural setting”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7139715711793974571?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.04.03.  “Pondering the patterns of leaf variation in Coleus at Tallahassee Nurseries”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7139720153704434986?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.-9.05.01.  “We owe mauve dyes and so many great aniline organic dyes to the work of Henry Perkins, who discovered the basic chemical process in 1856. Also, recalling that “mauve” derives from the French term for malva – referencing the color of malvaceous flowers”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7139905226760326443?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.08.05.02.  “A Ludwigia in shallow standing water at the edge of Camel Lake, keying to L. decurrens (but let me know!). Check out the great caterpillar!”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7140016768231230763?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.08.05.03.  “Arnoglossum is a very distinct Composite genus, with a small number of uniseriate involucral bracts, and just a few florets in each head.”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7140023065810898218?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.08.05.04.  “Indeed, this seems to be Eriogonum tomentosum, matching photos in ISB.”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7140038663756451118?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.08.05.05.  “For the moment, I’m saying this is Liatris squarrosa, but I have to mount an effort to gather several different plants for comparison.”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7140041100999380266?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.08.05.06.  “Vitis rotundifolia is fruiting in the Panhandle (Camel Lake). I thought it tasted pretty good, but it reminded Deb of tar.”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7140042788179184942?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.05.06.  “Talking to the Papilios feeding on Asclepias lanceolata flowers”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7140046042547916074?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.05.07.  “Looks like Agalinus linifolia, but I’ll need to learn more about this group of plants before giving that ID a solid go ahead. It was growing at the edge of Camel Lake, such as to be frequently in standing water.”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7140055537932160299?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.05.08.  “Stopping by to check on flowering of plants in a Macranthera flammea population in Apalachicola National Forest. Note the plants thrive in shallow water along a small boggy creek.”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7140057715010997550?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.05.09.  “Sphagnum flourishes in clean water, in this case it’s likely acidic due to percolation through pine flatwoods. Peatlands, where sphagnum actively accumulates, cover nearly 3% of Earth’s landmass.”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7140060006132501803?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.07.011  “Ilex vomitoria fruit, developing green all summer, are are turning red now.”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7140657594598903086?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.07.02.  “Heliconids (Dione) in droves, visiting flowers of Conradina canescens in the State Park forest on St. George Island.”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7140660758907669806?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.07.03.  “Yet another use for a carving fork- holding hot ears of boiled or microwaved corn for cutting.”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7140759675879951658?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.07.08.  “Andre Michaux named this orchid from specimens collected in the Carolinas because five long bristles (setae) are formed by one point from each lateral petal and three lobes of the lip (plus the spur). The plant was originally named Orchis habenaria by Linnaeus, referencing the lobes as “reins”. Willdenow used the that word to establish the genus, so the form Michaux named from Carolina (Orchis quinquiseta) became the name for the species across the entire range, which stretches into Central America and Northern South America”   https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7140776666590121262?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.07.09.  “The first of two snippets that show late-season pollination of Platanthera chapmanii- a Papilio having pollinia attached to its proboscis.”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7140777170678402347?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.07.10.  “Frantically tracking a Papilio pollinating Platanthera chapmanii – note the pale yellow pollinia attached to the butterfly’s proboscis”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7140777987972123947?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.07.11.  “Liatris chapmanii (I guess) way up in the northern area of Apalachicola National Forest – not far from Bristol. This colony has some fascinating growth forms”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7140783037020900654?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.07.12.  “Somehow, as the days begin to shorten, I just feel like making cookies. It’s just flour, sugar, and butter for the cookies, and milk chocolate for leaf-form toppings. So it’s truly botany in context.”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7140833813109787947?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.08.01.  “Flowering around the time of the Asian cultural autumn festival, chrysanthemums have become associated with vitality, nobility, longevity, and even wealth.. They’re even associated symbolically with both Chinese and Japanese emperors. The reason these plants flower natively in autumn is that naturally-occurring chrysanthemums or short day plants, which means they require long nights (over 16 hours per night) in order to initiate bud formation. In the northern hemisphere, this leads to September and October blossoms, just in time for the 9th moon – i. e., autumn”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7141030875466157358?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.08.02.  “Malvaviscus & many other red-flowered plants & even red cues (like plastic on bird feeding stations) are easily spotted by hummers & other birds, who see beautifully in the red spectrum. I once wore a red hoodie in Panama and was brought face to face with a large hummingbird wondering if I had nectar to offer”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7141033953150012718?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.09.01.  “Finding the earliest flowering specimens of Coreopsis floridana, another tall, green-stemmed, wetland Tickseed (Coreopsis) that strikes me as a more robust, golden-rayed and fall-flowering analog to the spring-flowering, magenta-rayed Coreopsis nudata.”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7141467592383925550?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.11.01.  “Seymeria (probably S. cassioides) colonies in pine flatwoods with Conradina canescens and other associates. Note the tightly clusters stamens, with the white, curved style projecting from below. SGI”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7142160759936650539?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.11.02.  “Bidens alba, a Composite that is both common and easily identified. Flowering year around, this daisy is common along road shoulders and other disturbed areas.”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7142184277130677546?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.11.02.  “Pointedly examining flowering heads of Liatris spicata as compared to those of Liatris chapmanii. Note the extravagant styles branches in L. spicata flowers, as well as the visible, somewhat exerted stamens, in contrast to the more delicate styles and included (hidden in the corolla tube) stamen cluster of L. chapmanii.”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7142213976535977262?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.11.03.  “Diodia virginiana (2 sepals), compared to the ver.y similar Hexasepalum teres (4 sepals), and the yet more dissimilar Spermacoce prostrata (with hairy, splitting fruit). Thanks to Jacob Jernigan.”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7142220949000129835?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.12.01.  “Elevation and soil underlayment define the mosaic of habitats in the Panhandle. Here, less than a mile from the coast, we encounter a small ridge that is clearly an old hind dune. Here we find the Sand Pine (Pinus clausa) association, which includes Quercus geminata (and other oaks) Ceratiola, Conradina canescens, and other plants tolerant of deep sands – all with a ground cover of lichen that thrives on abundant light and moisture. Just yards away, in an interdunal depression you find swamps”    https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7142574039838805294?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.12.02.  “By planting a Passiflora edulis I have created a battleground for skirmishes between Heliconids (Gulf Fritillaries) and Ants. The butterflies are ovipositing on leaves they “know” would provide good food for their larvae, while the ants seem to be clearing the caterpillars as quickly as they develop and begin to consume the leaf laminate. The glands on petioles are called EFN (extra floral nectaries) and are sources of sugar for ants that “guard” the vine”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7142586928146222379?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.13.01.  “Our SGI Mowed Meadow supports a fairly rich flora of tiny plants that seem to thrive under the rule of mechanical blades. This compact daisy (Pectis prostrata) carpets sections of verges in late summer. Under a lens, you’ll see the mating of each modestly-ligulate floret to an involucral bract. Even being so singular in appearance, it’s still difficult to get to the genus using a family key”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7142873503417568558?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.13.02.  “The tiny Rust Weed (so called because plants turn rusty in color at maturity & death) is distinct enough to hang out in a classification netherworld (in a tiny family Tetrachondraceae) that’s one of over a score of others in the Lamiales. Those more distant relatives include mints, scrophs, verbanes, and bignons. But Polypremum is a Cinderella – “in my own little corner in my own little chair….””  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7142880172167957802?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.13.03.  “A selection of some tiny plants that populate the Mowed Meadows of our road shoulders. The introduced yellow-flowered Scoparia dulcis (Plantaginaceae), the native Portulaca pilosa (Portulacaceae, in the Caryophyll order with cacti and pokeweed), the Rubiaceous Hexasepalum teres. (which is on the Gentian order, not the mints), and two plants in the Lamiales (the mint order): the white Polypremum procumbens and the pale lavender Phyla nodiflora”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7142907236250258734?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.15.01.  “Lobelia cardinalis – a scarlet icon among Eastern & Southwestern US native plants. Florida boasts a lot of nice Lobelias, but the Cardinal Flower brings a tropical note (its range stretches through Central America into Colombia) to our somber, wet forests.”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7143783256096558382?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.15.02.  “A second small stand of Lobelia cardinalis, both in a bottomland forest in central Liberty County (South of Bristol, FL). Truly a spectacular production of Nature.”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7143787169809927470?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.16.01.  “Even destitute-seeming islands in the asphalt-smeared world of shopping centers can offer sprigs of hope and cheer. Here we encounter Emilia fosbergii, a plant tied to Dan Nicolson, one of North America’s most generous botanists. During his time at Smithsonian, Dan was always willing to help others in deciphering taxonomic issues. He named this plant for Ray Fosberg, a botanist who worked on the WW II Cinchona Missions, later to spend the bulk of his career at Smithsonian

“  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7144089512229031210?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.16.02.  “Named by Torrey & Gray in honor of Apalachicola’s noted botanist A.W. Chapman, this striking Liatris has been cited as an Indicator Species of Florida’s Panhandle Xeric Sandhills communities (per a study by Susa. Carr and colleagues published o 2010).)”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7144101981462744366?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.16.03.  “Cauline leaves are those that a plant bears along the stem, and cauliflower suggests the flowers are stem-like. And that is the case.”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7144175543435545899?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.17.01.  “A delightful morning in the field with Loran Anderson (d. Dec 2022) and other members of the Sarracenia Chapter of FNPS, organized and led by David Roddenberry. Loran’s stories are many and memorable”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7144533997622873390?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.17.02.  “At one time categorized in Panicum, this (and many other Witchgrass species) is now called Dichanthelium strigosum. Thanks, Loran Anderson for the ID”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7144535687096814891?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.17.03.  “Loran delivers some lessons concerning Composites (PS: Carphephorus derives from “karphos” for “chaff” and “phoros” which signifies “carrying” or “bearing”)”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7144539849138130222?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.17.04.  “Ctenium aromaticum takes on a very different look when the infructescence rachis curls at maturity. This is a grass that only flowers in response to fire (per Tall Timbers notes). Called Toothache Grass, I’m told that chewing almost any part of leaf or stem will cause numbness in the mouth”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7144542117292051758?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.17.05.  “A tall, very different-looking rhizomatous grass in pine flatwoods at Ochlochonee State Park. Called Little Bluestem (must be for the more juvenile stages, because there is nothing blue about it now), this is the grass Schizachryium scoparium”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7144543463017598251?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.17.06.  “With David Roddenberry and other members of the FNPS, visiting a core population of the highly endemic Liatris provincialis. So very curious is isolation of this colony on a sandy knoll, while just yards away in a wet swale we find a large population of Liatris spicata, in full flower.”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7144545507149450538?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.17.07.  “Two tight endemics in flower at Ochlochonee State Park, Wakulla Cty, FL. The pink raceme Liatris provincialis, while the yellow flowering heads on open branching represent Pityopsis flexuosa.”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7144547860493634858?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.17.08.  “A last glance at one of several populations of Liatris provincial at Ochlochonee State Park.”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7144548504080305454?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.17.09.  “Hypericum tetrapetala crystallizes as one readily-identifiable entity from the jumble of taxa that present themselves as St. John’s Worts here in the Panhandle”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7144549742666730795?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.18.01.  “Here you see the mature stages of Gulf Coast Fritillaries – check out Kyle’s post for the other part of this amazing tale. @Kyle Lybarger?”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7144801634483178795?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.23.01.  “A prize-winning trellis of Morning Glory at a home on Spring Street, Boonville, MO”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7146692785691823406?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.24.01.  “A charming pair of inflorescences here in a rockery overlooking Lake Ozark and Bagnell Dam. They key to the autumn-flowering Allium stellatum, first described and named in 1813 by British Botanist John Gawler (later to call himself John Bellenden Ker Gawler)”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7146998200157818158?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.24.02.  “Europe’s native Perennial Sweetpea (Lathryus latifolia) generates large tuberous roots that allow the plant to survive late summer droughts. The flowers are usually close in color to this clear deep pink, though you will also encounter white forms.”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7147060951878028586?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.24.03.  “Farmer Dan tells me this corn, though not beautiful, is quite serviceable for feed grain. Stalks in areas that were less successful were “chopped” to be made into silage”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7147082883134541098?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.27.01.  “Arundo donax, a reed so common to Ancient Europeans as to have a name that means Reed Reed. “Arundo”seems to suggest quick growth in Latin, and was a common term for reeds, while”donax” is a Greek word for reeds.”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7148270801924443435?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.29.01.  “Herbaceous roadside flora of late summer/early autumn in the lower coastal plain along the Georgia-Florida border. PS: the FL Plant Atlas designates Ipomoea hederifolia as native, confirming the Verbena brasiliensis is introduced.”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7148858846994304298?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.30.01.  “Checking things out, ‘Savannah’ is a trademark name (basically a brand), while ‘Sunbelt’ is is registered separately.. That makes me think there are other plants under the Savannah trademark. Checking the internet, this is confusing, so I’d enjoy any input as to the naming of this popular rosé cultivar”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7149288287721688366?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.30.02.  “In the world of Rose commerce, the cultivar name has a clear relationship to popularity (& therefore to sales).. Think about the enduring memories of Rosa ‘Mr. Lincoln’, ‘Queen Elizabeth’, ‘Peace’, and ‘Julia Child’ – all great roses that are enhanced by great names.”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7149324021211876654?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.30.03.  “Claire is a Missouri BG horticulturist who specializes in bulbs – a category that includes a wide range of rhizomatous plants and geophytes. Today she was sacking out a clump of False Soloman’s Seal (which is Melianthemum, not Polygonatum as I commented), a plant that bears flowers in terminal racemose panicles. This distinguishes the plant from Soloman’s Seal. (which is Polygonatim), a similar plant that produces small dangling axillary flowers.”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7149336863638244654?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.30.04.  “The great central pool in the allée facing the MOBot Climatron entry is rife with its annual richness of Victoria water lilies.”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7149338447893908778?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022/09.30.05.  “These giant floating leaves are tethered and live-wired by long petioles to the short plant stem submerged in tropical warm warm water.”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7149339934397287726?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.30.06.  “Begonias are monoecious, producing male (pollen-bearing) and female (pistil-packing) flowers on a single plant. This example is neat in that entire flower clusters have flowers of the same persuasion.”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7149347310877658410?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.30.07.  “The order Zingiberales includes the Gingers (of course), as well as the Heliconids, the Bananas (Musaceae), the Marantaceae (Prayer Planrs, etc.), the Strelitzias, and the Costus family.”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7149351063664184622?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.30.08.  “Cubanola is a monospecific genus very closely similar to Portlandia, both being small shrubby trees with long, pendant, tubular white flowers. They are among the many Rubiacs with white flowers, including also Coffea, Catesbaea, and Gardenia”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7149368754592435498?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

2022.09.30.09.  “We are all familiar with the common fig, the fruit of Ficus carica (which is one of those double identifiers Ficus being Latin for fig and Carica being Greek for fig). But when Egyptologists talk of edible figs, they probably mean the Sycamore Fig, Ficus. sycomorus. The word sycamore (or more often in English, sycamore) has been associated with different trees. In the US, it’s a kind of Plane tree, in Europe it is a kind of Maple, and in the Mid-East, it is this tropical Fig”  https://www.tiktok.com/@botanyincontext/video/7149515741438496046?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=6983645829257020934

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