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A close-up side view of a rose-rush flower showing the distinctive fused anthers and styles rising above the petals. This wildflower was... more
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A close-up side view of a rose-rush flower showing the distinctive fused anthers and styles rising above the petals. This wildflower was photographed at the Palm Bluff Conservation Area in Volusia County, Florida.
This image has been featured in the following groups:
Fine Art Wildflower Photography,
The 200 Club � best photos with over 200 views up to 500
Flowering from March through November, this is the only species of the Lygodesmia genus in florida, where it occurs in sandhills, pine flatwoods, dry prairies, scrub and sandy disturbed sites throughout most of the state except for the western panhandle and extreme southern tip of the peninsula. L. aphylla is also found in a number of counties in southwest Georgia while the other Lygodesmia species are found mostly in the western United States.
Ruse-rush is a perennial herb with a rushlike stem up to one meter tall, milky sap and a solitary terminal flower. Corolla pink, pale rose or som...
His entire life Paul Rebmann has ventured outdoors to enjoy nature. Whether he is hiking in mountain forests, wading through Florida swamps, or on the water in a kayak or canoe, Paul strives to satisfy his biophilia. As a nature photographer and Florida Master Naturalist, he attempts to bring the beauty and wonder of nature to others, so that they may see what they might not happen to experience for themselves, and to impart the importance of preserving our natural areas, not only for our enjoyment and quality of life, but also for the survival of the flora and fauna that surrounds us. Images by Paul have been published in field guides, various periodicals, exhibited in juried art shows and also used in exhibits at Lyonia Environmental...