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Luzuriaga radicans
Luzuriaga radicans
Almond Flower, Quilineja
Photographer: Wynn Anderson

ID: 0000 0000 0323 0718 (2023-03-18)

Copyright © 2023 Wynn Anderson

 
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  • date of photo  Dec 14, 2012
  • location   Parque Aiken del Sur, Ave. El Salto, 2.9 miles south of Federal Hiway 240, 4.0 road (3.2 air) miles NE of Puerto Chacabuco, (Aysen, Chile)
  • family Alstroemeriaceae
  • plant community   wet, humid, Patagonian maritime rainforest on the Estero El Salto, on volcanic soils of a flat estuarial plain at the north end of Lago Riesco. -45.45658,-72.74534 elv.85' (26m) at Visitor Center.
  • notes   Plant noted as a climber, using hair-like roots to affix and ascend rough or mossy trunks of woody neighbors; Photos taken in a small, private but well managed, park-like preserve of coastal rainforest flora, with a spectacular roaring waterfall, on the large flat estuary above the northern shore of Lake Riesco. Native to temperate regions of southern Chile and Argentina.
  • keywords: SA, Chile
  • contributor's ID #  SA 824
  • photo category: Plant - annual/perennial

  • MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS PLANT
  • common names   Almond Flower, Quilineja (photographer)
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