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Colquhounia coccinea flower

Colquhounia coccinea flower close up hyb DW Ms.jpg Cordyceps farinosa found in the oak forest remnants close to Jakar in Bumthang in 2700m / 8800ft altitudeThumbnailsCodonopsis vincifolia near Taktsang. Some Codonopsis are important medicinals in traditional Tibetan and Chinese medicinesCordyceps farinosa found in the oak forest remnants close to Jakar in Bumthang in 2700m / 8800ft altitudeThumbnailsCodonopsis vincifolia near Taktsang. Some Codonopsis are important medicinals in traditional Tibetan and Chinese medicinesCordyceps farinosa found in the oak forest remnants close to Jakar in Bumthang in 2700m / 8800ft altitudeThumbnailsCodonopsis vincifolia near Taktsang. Some Codonopsis are important medicinals in traditional Tibetan and Chinese medicinesCordyceps farinosa found in the oak forest remnants close to Jakar in Bumthang in 2700m / 8800ft altitudeThumbnailsCodonopsis vincifolia near Taktsang. Some Codonopsis are important medicinals in traditional Tibetan and Chinese medicinesCordyceps farinosa found in the oak forest remnants close to Jakar in Bumthang in 2700m / 8800ft altitudeThumbnailsCodonopsis vincifolia near Taktsang. Some Codonopsis are important medicinals in traditional Tibetan and Chinese medicines

Colquhounia coccinea, an intensely red to orange flowering shrub in the mint family that grows in Bhutan between 1600 and 2600m.