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Flora of the Pyrenees

 
Flora of the Pyrenees

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Object Title: Flora of the Pyrenees

Image Type(s): Rock Climbing, Hiking, Wildlife, Flora, Informational, Scenery, Panorama, Water

 

Page By: visentin

Created/Edited: Nov 4, 2008 / Dec 6, 2010

Object ID: 460462

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Flora of the Pyrenees

This is a collection of flowers and plants in the Pyrenees. Everyone is welcome to add more !
Don't feel ashamed if you don't know the names of them, a fair percentage of my own photos of this album belong to the "Unidentified flora" album as well ! :)

Images


Sunflower

Sunflower

Andorra

Andorra

Pink Androsace on the Vignemale

Pink Androsace on the Vignemale

Pyrenean Lily  <b><i>Lilium pyrenaicum

Pyrenean Lily Lilium pyrenaicum

Flowers in the Pyrenees & the Arbizon

Flowers in the Pyrenees & the Arbizon

Just flowers...

Just flowers...

Pinguicula Nevadensis

Pinguicula Nevadensis

Pyrenean Lily <b><i>Lilium pyrenaicum</i></b>

Pyrenean Lily Lilium pyrenaicum

Flower de Luce in Pineta. 2007.06.26

Flower de Luce in Pineta. 2007.06.26

Cobweb Houseleek

Cobweb Houseleek

Colchic (autumn crocus)

Colchic (autumn crocus)

Decumbent Treacle-Mustard, pyrenees, (Erysimum decumbens)

Decumbent Treacle-Mustard, pyrenees, (Erysimum decumbens)

Trumpet Gentians (or stemless gentians)

Trumpet Gentians (or stemless gentians)

Crocus in the Pyrenees

Crocus in the Pyrenees

Trumpet Gentians (or stemless gentians)

Trumpet Gentians (or stemless gentians)


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hikepyreneesNice gallery

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Hi Visentin,
Nice gallery. The gentians that you've called blue gentians are trumpet or stemless gentians. There are 3 types that are really similar and I can't tell which you've photographed.
Unfortunately that's not a Lady's slippers orchid which are mega rare (there's one in the Valle de Tena and they put a guard on it while it's in flower to make sure nobody digs it up!). Looks as though it could be lotus alpinus which I know has a common name of 'gilded lady's slipper' in some languages.
I'll add a few more comments to the pics.
Cheers,
Phil
Posted Apr 27, 2010 9:38 am

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