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      Ekidokai




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      I don't know what this is but it sure looks interesting.

      Anyone have a clue?
      · Date: Fri April 17, 2009 · Views: 2,452
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  1.   Wed April 29, 2009 12:31am Rating: 9.00 
    1. Ye Olde Prospector

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      Registered: June 2004
      Location: Auburn,Maine
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      Yes this is a flower. called Skunk Cabbage. It produces it's own heat to melt it's way thru snow and ice. Foul smell attracts flies for polination. Said to live as long as 1000 years.

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  1.   Mon May 18, 2009 11:54am
    1. Listener83

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      Registered: May 2009
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      He's right. It also produces some fascinating chemical compounds to create that smell.

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