Saturday, June 23, 2012



carol l mckenna said...

Such an intricate design in this flower ~ awesome macro ~thanks, ^_^ (A Creative Harbor)

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katy said...

You didn't mention where the image was taken, but if it was in Minnesota this would be Tradescantia ohiensis, Ohio spiderwort. Note the hairless sepals. The other 2 species in MN have hairy sepals.

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Unknown said...

A person did not point out in which the picture had been used, however in the event that it had been within Mn this could end up being Tradescantia ohiensis, Kansas spiderwort. Be aware the actual hairless sepals. Another two varieties within MN possess furry sepals.

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