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Beautiful small cluster of flowers in the everglades


Everglades, dry area

2 Species ID Suggestions

Fewflower Milkweed
Asclepias lanceolata Asclepias lanceolata

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Ryan Fezz
Ryan Fezz 9 years ago

I would concur with Small Wonders and ceherzog, the flowers appear two-toned as with lanceolata is and having had difficulties capturing the color and getting a similar effect as in this photo I believe more so that it is fewflower. Beyond this, just because the area is dry at the time of taking the photo doesn't mean it will not be or has not been wet. When I first encountered lanceolata it was on a roadside in St. Marks and appeared quite dry to me but when I came back two years later, this last week I found it again in the same area in standing water 8 inches deep.

ceherzog 10 years ago

I was thinking lanceolata too...but they stated it was in a dry area...doesn't really look like tuberosa to me.

Musephotos 10 years ago

Thanks everyone!

Small Wonders
Small Wonders 10 years ago


Gerardo Aizpuru
Gerardo Aizpuru 10 years ago

Nice series :)

AndreaLim 10 years ago

Beautiful flowers. Great spotting!

Olivia Chee
Olivia Chee 10 years ago

Nice closeup shot!

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Naples, Florida, USA

Spotted on Mar 8, 2013
Submitted on Mar 11, 2013

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