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|date of photo Apr 4, 2006
location Saint-Rémy-la-Calonne, forests around Verdun (Meuse) (Lorraine, France)family Ranunculaceaeplant community Forests, especially Beech groves.notes 5-20cm high. Flowering March April. The word Hepatica comes from the ancient Greek 'Hepar' (liver) because of the shape of the leaves. Also called 'fils avant le père' ('son before father') in French because the flowers appear before the leaves.camera Canon PowerShot Pro 1photo category: Plant - annual/perennial
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Hepatica, Anémone Hépatique, Leverbloempje, Leberblümchen (photographer)
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