James Plant Bingo!

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  1. Awesome! Great you were able to find an ericaceous plant with porate anther dehiscence! These are awesome images of the features. The Rosa picture for diadelphous stamens does not fit though. The stamens in roses are not in two different groups, with some of them fused and others distinct. Most commonly diadelphous stamens are found in the Fabaceae, the legume family, and then in the Papillionoideae subfamily. So peas, beans, peanuts, etc. have diadelphous stamens (see below from http://www.colinherb.com/Leguminosae/Hedysarum/Alpinum/Hedysarum_alpinum_1304_063.htm).

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