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Discussion in 'Plants and Biodiversity Stumpers' started by Lila Pereszke, Aug 2, 2008.
Hm... any idea? :)
Someone in urgent need of a visit to the dentist!!
Artichoke? Half a tortoise? Caterpillar's face?
First question for 1 point: What is this something?
Second question for 2 points: What plant's something is this something? :)
Probably a flowerhead, such as that of an aster family plant.
YES! It's a half (Asteraceae) flower bud...
A bit of help: this is a very common garden plant...
Actually an artichoke would be an aster family plant. Parts of this one look like a sunflower.
Pappus? Praps on Catananache? Just a wild guess!!!
NO, not Artichoke (this plant is not edible!), not sunflower and not Catananche...
Oh... nobody knows this nice annual plant... :(
Hey, that's a partially-opened flowerhead or partially-formed seedpod from a Dahlia, is it not?
Hi Lorax! No, sorry but not Dahlia... :(
(Hm... Knautia is in Dipsacaceae, not in Asteraceae...)
But here is the next pic:
No... not Centaurea...