My second dissection was of a twinflower (Linnea borealis L.). I hesitated in picking this species to dissect because it’s so small and delicate, but I was pleasantly surprised at the relative ease in dissecting it and zooming in on the small features.
As for the hairs on the inner corolla, would they be called “filamentous” or “puberulous” or “velvety” or…???
Great job Erica! Another fine dissection, and of course stunning photographs. I would perhaps call the inner corolla lanate (wooly) or lanulose (minutely wooly), but I think perhaps villous is a better term, since the corolla surface is not really obscured by the hairs (which is the case for lanate and lanulose).