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Nemacladus glanduliferus
Nemacladus glanduliferus
Photographer: Aaron Schusteff

ID: 0000 0000 0211 3305 (2011-02-27)

Copyright © 2011 Aaron Schusteff

  • date of photo  Feb 20, 2011
  • location   Fossil Canyon, Coyote Mountains (Imperial/San Diego County, California, US)
  • family Campanulaceae
  • notes   Detail of two flowers of Nemacladus glanduliferus. The filaments are separate at the base but fused above into a tube with a red, pendent tip housing the anthers, and through which the stigma eventually (subtly) protrudes. Oval, yellow glands are partially visible at the base of the corolla bowl. Some other species of Nemacladus have ''small stipe-like appendages with tranparent rod-like cells cells'' attached to the base of the anther tube (see this post). I could see no obvious ones here.
  • photo category: Plant - annual/perennial

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