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May 13, 1988

Umbelliferognosy: JAMA Doesn't Know Its Daucus From Its Angelica-Reply

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University of South Florida Tampa

University of South Florida Tampa

JAMA. 1988;259(18):2694. doi:10.1001/jama.1988.03720180022013

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Abstract

In Reply.  —Dr Pease is correct in stating that the umbellifer on the cover of the Nov 27 issue of JAMA is not D carota (Queen Anne's lace). It is difficult to determine precisely the species illustrated without seeing a specimen or knowing where the photograph was taken, but it appears to be a species of Angelica, perhaps A venenosa of the eastern United States or a related species.

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