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

  2. gwendolen 108 months ago | reply

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

    Seen on your photo stream. (?)

  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!


  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!
    Best Timelapse Videos(video group)

  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:

  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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