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Lathraea clandestina

Posted by
Johan Dierckx (Wijnegem, Belgium) on 17 April 2010 in Plant & Nature and Portfolio.

Dear friends, blog-followers or ocasional visitors,
I left for a phototrip to Crete. So I'm posting some images from last year (about the same period) for a little while. (No mosses anymore ...)
I'm not giving any further explanation on these images, but the title is the scientific name of the species so for those who are interested - see Google :-)

Please DO comment these images, but I apologize for the delayed answers I hope to catch up again about 18 april. Meanwhile I hope you can enjoy this "older" work!

Image: Ronse (Be) - 13/04/2009

Canon EOS 400D 1/125 second F/2.8 ISO 200 60 mm

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Patricia (✿◠‿◠)❤ from Belgium

Wat mooi, het zijn net roze pinguins, knap
Heel fijn weekend

17 Apr 2010 6:47pm

KriKridesign from Cully, Switzerland

Back from a lok on your portfolio...I repeat..I'm fan...Fanstastic to visit seasons through your eyes...

18 Apr 2010 10:36am

daniela scharnowski from Berlin, Germany

Oh, this is like a procession of little pink trunky ladies ;D Absolutely adorable scene!

23 Apr 2010 8:38am

Self-Indulgence from Chicagoland, United States

Lovely and soft image. I had to look it up and I got this.. "Lathraea clandestina, the 'Purple toothwort', is a parasitic plant, living on the roots of trees, preferring Salix (Willow), Alnus (Alder), and Populus (Poplar). The purple flowers, which appear in Spring, are the only part visible above ground."

24 Apr 2010 12:03am

@Self-Indulgence: Absolutely good info ! It is a strange plant !!! In Belgium it is not common.

Canon EOS 400D
1/125 second
F/2.8
ISO 200
60 mm

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magnoliophyta
magnoliopsida
scrophulariales
orobanchaceae
lathraea
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