Tromotriche revoluta flower Time-Lapse

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A Time-Lapse sequence of a Tromotriche revoluta fower (from Botterkloof, Northern Cape, South Africa) opening at night.

Field Number: PVB 6036

Note: Currently Flickr doesn't support movie playback at custom (slower) frame rates, so the movie might play back a bit fast after loading. The original Time-Lapse movies can be viewed at the correct frame rate HERE.

Also viewable on YouTube.

More Tromotriche photos HERE.

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  1. Martin_Heigan 108 months ago | reply

    Macro photographs of Tromotriche revoluta (PVB 6063)
    Tromotriche revoluta flower
    Tromotriche revoluta flower macro
    Tromotriche revoluta flower macro
    Tromotriche revoluta flower
    Another (very different) Tromotriche revoluta clone:
    Tromotriche revoluta flower
    Martin

  2. gwendolen 108 months ago | reply

    Wonderful Martin. Thanks for sharing and for giving the link to your other videos.

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  3. griffithjune49 108 months ago | reply

    Wow! Cool Effects!
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  4. heather 108 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Video! Video! Video!, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  5. ★ Michael ★ 108 months ago | reply

    Hola, soy el administrador de un grupo llamado The Video y nos encantaría agregar esto al grupo.

  6. O-Kay [deleted] 108 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called A VIDEO, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  7. OldUncleMe 108 months ago | reply

    As always, great work!

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  8. felix_m 107 months ago | reply

    Please add this video to the Best Timelapse videos (video group) group, we would love to have it in our collection. Thanks!
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  9. Chicken Fry 103 months ago | reply

    excellent work

  10. lucillencharles 89 months ago | reply

    very unusual, but interesting

  11. Kevin Pendragon 71 months ago | reply

    **Beautiful capture seen in**
    The Natural World of Nature!
    The Natural World of Nature
    (POST1 AWARD 4)

  12. mattslandscape 12 months ago | reply

    Nice timelape Martin !

  13. Glochidman 4 months ago | reply

    Really great images of this species! The development of the pseudoanthers(?) in this plant is exceptional.
    This trait is especially clear in your following image:
    www.flickr.com/photos/martin_heigan/245822218/

  14. Martin_Heigan 4 months ago | reply

    Bruce Brethauer Yes, it is an extraordinary genus and species.
    You can look at more Stapeliad and other Asclepiad photos HERE.

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