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|Water Lily (Nymphaea Nouchali family) at Sikuai Island, West Sumatra|
About Nymphaea Nouchali
Nymphaea nouchali is a day blooming nonviviparous plant with submerged roots and stems. Part of the leaves are submerged, while others rise slightly above the surface. The leaves are round and green on top; they usually have a darker underside. The floating leaves have undulating edges that give them a crenellate appearance. Their size is about 20-23 cm and their spread is 0.9 to 1.8 m
This water-lily has a beautiful flower which is usually violet blue in color with reddish edges. Some varieties have white, purple, mauve or fuchsia-colored flowers. The flower has 4-5 sepals and 13-15 petals that have an angular appearance making the flower look star-shaped from above. The cup-like calyx has a diameter of 11-14 cm.
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- [2009-08-18 1:08]
Verry good photo and beautifull flower and leafs.Well done.Alin.
Jolie composition, belle nettée.
Très belle publication artistiquement composée sous d'excellentes lumière et profondeur de champ permettant d'apprécier la finesse des détails et la délicatesse des couleurs.
A bientôt sur TN pour de nouvelles aventures.