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|Crocus laevigatus Bory & Chaub. 1832|
Crocus laevigatus is a species of flowering plant in the genus Crocus of the family Iridaceae, endemic to Kriti, Greece. The flowers usually appear before the leaves, typical of the crocuses having 6 pale translucent tepals, 3 stigmas and 3 stamens supported on a smooth narrow tube. The perianth is pale mauve with 3 darker lines on the outer surface, the centre is pale yellow and the stamens and finely branched stigmas are bright yellow.
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- [2015-12-07 11:11]
Hi Nikos,great close up of this beautiful flower bloomed the November,14,my birthday....ehehhe...great sharpness and bright colors,i like it! Have a nice evening and thanks,Luciano
- [2015-12-07 11:22]
Beautiful picture of this flower in good sharpness and a well chosen composition. Nice contrasting colours with the background.
looks 3D this picture
so good sharpness light and colours
a beauty !!
thanks gr lou
- [2015-12-08 4:22]
Very nice picture of this Crocus Nikos! Good composition and light also.