The creator of Crime Pays but Botany Doesn't
A 90 min conversation with retired Field Museum botanist Michael Dillon about the genus Nolana and South American botany. 
A forty minute profanity-laced trade on the flux of events and garden destruction by semi-conscious contractors followed by a graceful interview concerningmmycological affairs with the wonderful Christian Schwarz. This episode more than most is filled with f-bombs so the more vanilla and easily-offended may have a hard time listening. Christian Schwarz interview starts around minute 40 for those wishing to skip the initial ranting. 
The focus today is on Darlingtonia, trolling the Flu Klux Klan, Social Justice Warriors attacking science by obsessing about racist Eugenics programs from 100 years ago, and Illegal Gardening. 
(the intro song recording quality is horrible. Skip to 2:30 rather than leave me an obnoxious comment about it Fuckface).  Coral Pink Sand Dunes Milkweed, Southern Utah Botany, Vertic Limestones, Shitting in Kyle's Firepit. Ten days studying the Floristics of the Colorado Plateau and Jurassic Sedimentary Rocks, we take a look at the genera of Fabaceae here including Pediomelum, Sophora, Peteria, etc. We also enjoy some time in Central Nevada with a milkweed named after renowned botanist Alice Eastwood (a botanical gangster if the ever was one) 
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