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Daffodils (Narcissus), x-ray

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Daffodils X-rayed on to full plate X-ray film. Daffodils are common spring flowers with white, yellow or orange trumpet flowers. Bulbs from daffodils and some species of the Amaryllidaceae family contain the toxic alkaloid lycorine and are poisonous if ingested. They are also a common cause of contact dermatitis among florists and gardeners.

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