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Thanks Umberto! That clarifies it. We were puzzled and thought this might be a new Galapagos invasive, - of which there are already too many. Could you take the spotting off the Galapagos Biodiversity Mission? Thanks in advance. I hope you find an ID for this nice plant. I’ll let you know in case I hear anything.

umbertocletini 10 years ago

I'm Sorry for the Mistake but I'm a new entry in Project Noah. I photographed this Flower in private greenhouse, if you need i've got some high resolution pictures in the different hours of the day, if you need the pictures you can to write me at: i'm disposal for further informations. Best Regards

Nice spottings, Umberto! I'm trying to get Botanists to look at them, but could you confirm that they were captured on the Galapagos?? Thanks in avance.

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Provincia de Galápagos, Ecuador

Spotted on Apr 18, 2013
Submitted on Jan 4, 2014

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