Seen below, the two toned coleus I believe shows LIII mutation since the lighter color is in the central part of the leaf. It also displays a light edge around the outside, so is also an LI mutation. In the previous picture, the begonia's lighter color veins I believe show LII and LIII mutations since they begin at the center of the leaves and spread out. Both of my examples are my mom's plants.
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