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|The Pulsatilla nigricans is a subspecies of Pulsatilla pratensis, and some authors consider it as a separate species (Pulsatilla nigricans).|
The flower is almost entirely black (slightly violet or purple in color).
Lifestyle and habitat
Semi-arid grasslands, rocky, plant of the steppes. Likes sandy soil, the warm, southern slopes, has settle down in the quicksand too.
Blooms in March-April. It can be found very often together with Pulsatilla pratensis as the photo shows it.
Poisonous plants, but also contain medicinal substances.
I have changed the original photo... I would have liked to suggest the fact that Pulsatilla Nigricans is often found together with Pulsatilla partensis so I have left a totally OOF Pulsatilla pratensis in the foreground. Technically incorrect for a photo...
Hope that you would appreciate this change..
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Foarte fain surprinse acest manunchi. Asa imi place foarte mult si sper ca si altii vor aprecia imaginea si in special specia pe care o prezinti. Frumos pov de jos, de la firul ierbii.
Toate cele bune,
- [2011-05-05 4:41]
A beautiful low point of view as i like and a very impressive quality,perfect light balance,sharpness and natural colors...and a beautiful flower too,never seen in my fields.Thanks for share,have a nice day,Luciano.
I like this shot. Especially sharpness and details on these flowers. I like colours. Great composition.
Thanks for sharing,
Agréable publication finement détaillée et délicatement colorée dans une bonne composition.
A bientôt sur TN pour de nouvelles aventures.
nice blackish flowers, TFS Ori