Creation date / 2011 / January / 31
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Caiophora plant in its environment
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Lupinus mutabilis, its seed a eaten like a bean after soaken for detox.
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Caiophora andina?, check out the thorny petals!
- Nototriche obcuneata Cumbre Cr S
Nototriche obcuneata - Cumbre 4600m
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same as above
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Bomarea in the Alstroemeria family
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Bomarea (Alstroemeriaceae) are tuberous-rooted twining climbers found from Mexico on south.
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some as above
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The basidomycete-symbiont lichen Dictyonema glabratum
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Not sure what this flower is, but surely fertilized by a humming bird.
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Our cars on the infamous Camino del Muerto
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Smilacina-like plant seen along the Camino del Muerte
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Reminds me a lot of the Plumed Salomons seal, Smilacina, which would be a Maianthemum.
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Car wash along the Camino del muerte
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A cross under the waterfall that flows over the Camino del Morte, the infamous Road of death.