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chasingtailfeathersPatrick Saunders - Late Afternoon, oil on canvas

chasingtailfeathers: Patrick Saunders - Late Afternoon, oil on canvas

chasingtailfeathersPatrick Saunders - Late Afternoon, oil on canvas

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four season* by Momota.M on Flickr.

four season* by Momota.M on Flickr.

four season* by Momota.M on Flickr.

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libutronMilkwort

Looking like a bird, the wide open flowers of this plant are truly amazing. It is an unidentified species of the genus Polygala, the most abundant of the 19 genera that form the cosmopolitan family Polygalaceae.

With about 725 species widely distributed across the globe, the genus Polygala is absent only in New Zealand and the Arctic and Antarctic areas. 

These flowers, highly modified with respect to the “typical” morphology of a flower, are hermaphroditic and pollinated by insects through highly specialized mechanisms according to the species.

References: [1] - [2]

Photo credit: ©Ton Rulkens

Locality: Near Namina, Northern Mozambique

libutron: Milkwort
Looking like a bird, the wide open flowers of this plant are truly amazing. It is an unidentified species of the genus Polygala, the most abundant of the 19 genera that form the cosmopolitan family Polygalaceae.
With about 725 species widely distributed across the globe, the genus Polygala is absent only in New Zealand and the Arctic and Antarctic areas. 
These flowers, highly modified with respect to the “typical” morphology of a flower, are hermaphroditic and pollinated by insects through highly specialized mechanisms according to the species.
References: [1] - [2]
Photo credit: ©Ton Rulkens
Locality: Near Namina, Northern Mozambique

libutronMilkwort

Looking like a bird, the wide open flowers of this plant are truly amazing. It is an unidentified species of the genus Polygala, the most abundant of the 19 genera that form the cosmopolitan family Polygalaceae.

With about 725 species widely distributed across the globe, the genus Polygala is absent only in New Zealand and the Arctic and Antarctic areas. 

These flowers, highly modified with respect to the “typical” morphology of a flower, are hermaphroditic and pollinated by insects through highly specialized mechanisms according to the species.

References: [1] - [2]

Photo credit: ©Ton Rulkens

Locality: Near Namina, Northern Mozambique

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Jeremy Miranda

Plants with TV

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Jeremy Miranda
Plants with TV

Jeremy Miranda

Plants with TV

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andrewgramphoto: John Singer Sargent

andrewgramphoto: John Singer Sargent

andrewgramphoto: John Singer Sargent

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