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|Hyoscyamus falezlez Cosson in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr. 11: 166. 1864.|
Hyoscyamus muticus L., Mant. 1: 45.
subsp. falezlez (Cosson) Maire in Bull. Soc. Hist. Nat. Afr. N. 28: 370. 1937.
Range: Subdesertic areas of N Africa, Morocco to Egypte.
This photo is taken in Sahara desert near Chegaga dune, M’hamid, Morocco
Hyoscyamus falezlez pic in my Personal web
“This plant is not cultivated, is not garden plant, is a wild plant.”
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Interesting Hyoscyamus Ferran! Nice photo with wonderful colours and impressive sharpness.
- [2012-05-20 9:21]
Interesting and unusual plant in flower, well captured with fine clarity and natural colours. The thick succulent leaves show the dry habitat. One wonders what insects pollinate the flower.
Thanks for sharing this,
Foto molto elegante e interessante,con un’ottima nitidezza e particolari, stupendi colori bella.
Ti auguro una buona settimana ciao Marco.
super good sharpness details of this little flower
great shot with beautiful colours
thanks greeting lou
- [2012-05-20 12:32]
Hi Ferran,a very rare specie and a magnificent macro,fantastic details and colors of this little flower,very well done!Have a nice week and thanks,Luciano
nice ! I have posted Moroccan pictures of H. muticus in the past, greetings Ori