Corpse flower subject of temperature research

The Titan Arum, more commonly known as the corpse flower, has bloomed again in the

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The corpse flower graces the Fullerton Arboretum again after eight years

The opening of the flower produces a ghastly smell of rotten corpse, hence the name

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Stinking blossom studied at CSUF

The corpse flower on loan from OCC bloomed in CSUF’s greenhouse in early August, the

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Corpse flower is haunting sight at CSUF greenhouse

Courtesy of BGC Halloween is just around the corner, which means the creepy and the dead

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