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Symphytum anatolicum Boiss.
Slender puberulous perennial, 12-45 cm. Leaves oblong-ovate, lower shortly petiolate, subrepand, upper sessile, shortly decurrent. Flowers 8-36. Calyx 4.5-8(-9) mm, accrescent to 13 mm in fruit, divided nearly to base, lobes linearlanceolate, subacute. Corolla white or violet, 8-16 mm, tube 2 x calyx; scales 3.5-5 mm, linear, obtuse, scarcely exceeding stamens. Nutlets 3-4 mm, curved, reticulately veined, tuberculate.
Habitat: Montane woods
Altitude: 50-1390 m
Reference: Flora of Turkey and East Aegean Islands Vol:6
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Great shot. Probably the edges of the flowers are too closed to the frame and minor camera shake's also visible, but I like compo and the natural colors. Now I'm embraced by this genus: today I managed to photograph Symphytum officinale, a few weeks ago S. tuberosum - unfortunately your species doesn't live here in Hungary. Thanx so much for sharing the pic and the note.
Have a great Sunday, friendly regards, László
Fantastic photo.Lovely detail and colours,nice composition.
Eline sağlık Volkan. İlk kez gördüm. Sağolasın.
Excellent composition, good lighting, nice to see the flower. regards yiannis
Nice flowers with lovely details and composition, very well captured,
Thanks for sharing,
Fotoğraf çok profesyonelce çekilmiş. Çok hoş. Çiçek ve bilgiler de süper. Ülkemizin çiçeklerinin tanıtımına büyük katkı sağlıyosun belli. Seni tebrik etmek istiyorum. Sevgiler.