Pentominous

Pentominous exampleRules: Partition the grid into pentominoes such that no two pentominoes of the same shape (including mirrored copies) share an edge. A clue tells which pentomino the cell belongs to.

The 12 pentominoes and their names are given below. Notice that the pentominoes may be rotated and reflected.

Pentomino bankThis puzzle type was invented by Grant Fikes.

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