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Globe-flower (Globe-flower europaeus)


Photografie: Globe-flower (Globe-flower europaeus)
Author: Michael Rucker
Date: 2009-06-13
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Rhinanthus glcialis, flower of the year 2005 in Germany. Semi-parasitic, who extracted water and nutrition from the roots of neighbouring plants.


Photographie: Rhinanthus glcialis, flower of the year 2005 in Germany. Semi-parasitic, who extracted water and nutrition from the roots of neighbouring plants.
Author: Klaus Rainer Krieger


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