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(Bladder Campion - 02) In this photo, we have a close-up of the deeply notched white petals of the bladder campion. The ends of the petals also have an irregular toothed or scalloped shape, a fact we have not seen mentioned in the literature. The literature also says that the bladder campion has 10 stamens and 3 styles. The styles are easy to observe, but we have not been able to identify 10 stamens.
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