8 responses to “Anulocaulis leiosolenus var. lasianthus”

  1. Pygge

    That was a really cool plant and a great photo too!

  2. Nadia

    very interesting plant!

  3. Jeanne Erdahl

    Challenge to pronounce but the photo with looming storm clouds is irresistible.

  4. Pierre Crozat

    beautiful photo with the storm in the back

  5. lynn

    Quite an amazing photograph, of an intriguing plant. The storm is wonderful, but so is the foreground, with those sharp rocks and the very clear look at the base of the plant. Stamens blowing in the wind tops it off – fantastic!

  6. nancy wigley

    And one of the most beautiful aspects of each photo is the writing ability of Daniel Mosquin. Thank you for the information so well presented!

  7. Hollis Marriott

    I read Gary Nored’s post, Gypsum, and the Plants that Live On It — super interesting, thanks for the link.

  8. Pat Collins

    That picture of the Valley Ringstem (the ringy ringstem?) shows nicely the effect of the sticky stuff as an insect barrier, shame it is a rare characteristic. I have to buy insect barrier glue for my plants.

    The corpses may add a little nitrogen and phosphorus to the soil, every little bit helps there, I should think.

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