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Linum bienne Miller (İki yıllık keten)
Synonym: L. angustifolium
Description: Annual, biennial or short-lived perennial. Stems procumbent, ascending or erect, 15-50 cm, often branched from base. Leaves linear, 5-15 x l-l.5(-2.0) mm,acute, l(-3)-nerved, thinnish. Sepals broadly elliptic-ovate, shortly acuminate, glossy, 5-6 mm, with a strong nerve extending to tip, lateral nerves weak. Petals blue, c. 1 cm. Stigmas clavate-filiform. Capsule fully dehiscent, 5-6 mm.
Habitat: Grassy places, fixed dunes, ditches, rocky hillsides, by streams and ditches.
Altitude: s.l.-1900 m.
Distribution: W. Europe & Mediterranean areas, Caucasia, Syrian Desert, N. Iraq, Iran.
Reference: Flora of Turkey and the East Aegean Islands Vol:2
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Merhaba Volkan, Senin bu çiçeği görünce ben de geçenlerde çektiğim bir çiçeği yükledim. Çiçek yapıları çok benziyor. Aynı tür olmasa bile Büyük ihtimal benimki de keten.
Excellent photo with good detail. One of the most difficult things to photograph as it is always swaying in the wind. regards yiannis
A beutiful flower image once again. Slightly overexposed on the bottom half of the flower but very good as is. And no shortage of DOF. Well done.
A simple but effective image: focus on flowerr, goog bg. I like it!!