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Like a Flower - released May 10, 2005 - 1.6MB [mirror][mirror2]
Strawberry Shake chapter 3 - released May 21, 2005 - 5.9MB [mirror][mirror2]
A Little Melody of Love - released May 24, 2005 - 2.3MB [mirror][mirror2]
This Love From I Can't Remember When - licensed
Pops 2nd - released June 13, 2005 - 3.3MB [mirror][mirror2]
Cherish - released June 14, 2005 - 3.8MB [mirror][mirror2]
In the Afternoon - released June 18, 2005 - 3.3MB - licensed
24, 25 - released July 30, 2005 - 4MB [mirror][mirror2]
The Wolf-Girl and the Seven Kids - released June 29, 2009 - 2.2MB [mirror][mirror2][mirror3]

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The third issue of Yuri Shimai. Many of the same mangaka return.

"Like a Flower," by Sakazaki Sara, is a full-color short with minimal text and mild, possibly incestuous yuri subtext.
In the third chapter of Hayashiya Shizuru's popular ongoing manga "Strawberry Shake," Julia tries to separate her private life from her work and ends up confusing Ran even more.
Uchimura Kaname's "A Little Melody of Love" is a short story about two girls who are very different, who both seem to have feelings for one another.
"This Love From I Can't Remember When," the third installment in Morinaga Milk's continuing series, tells the story of one girl's unrequited love.
Inoue Shinkai's "Pops 2nd" is the sequel to her earlier work "Pops," which was in the first issue of Yuri Shimai. Tsukasa recommends Masami for a position on the Student Council.
In "Cherish," by Ootsuka Poteto, a girl struggles to come to terms with how her friend has changed.
Konno Kita's "In the Afternoon..." is the sequel to her earlier work "Nowhere to Go" (from Yuri Shimai 2). Moriya's antics continue, and Miwa comes down with a cold. This story is included in the Sunday's Child collection available from eManga.
In "24, 25," by Techno Samata, the main character reminisces about a girl she knew in high school.
"The Wolf-Girl & the Seven Kids," by Ruri Hozuki and Sakura Shio, is a yuri version of the fairy tale The Wolf and the Seven Kids. It's an illustrated story rather than a manga.

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