In addition to albino redwood studies, there are numerous green mutations and other unusual growth forms within Coast Redwoods that are noteworthy and deserving of further research. The trees within this category are truly unique and a testament to the species plasticity to adapt in new forms. Like albino albino chimeras, some of these mutations listed below are so incredibly rare that only one tree example is known to exist. With the 2019 Save The Redwoods League Redwood Genome Project complete, hopefully scientists will be able to determine what causes these unusual mutations to exist and why. Below is a list of some of the strange and exceptional:
Monday, 02 September 2019 10:09
Green Redwood Mutations & Other Strange OdditiesWritten by Tom Stapleton
Published in Strange Redwoods
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