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Taken in La Ceja, Colombia; Central Andes; 2.300 meters above sea level.

 

The breeding habitat of Summer Tanager is open wooded areas, especially with oaks, across the southern United States, extending as far north as Iowa. These birds migrate to Mexico, Central America and northern South America. They are often out of sight, foraging high in trees, sometimes flying out to catch insects in flight.

 

Cephalanthera rubra

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Il nome del genere (Cephalanthera) deriva dal greco. La prima parte della parola significa “testa” (cephalos o kephalè), la seconda “antera” (antheros): indica ovviamente la forma del fiore simile ad una testa[1].

Il nome specifico (rubra) deriva ovviamente dal colore dei suoi fiori.

Il termine volgare di “Elleborine” (usato soprattutto nei paesi di lingua anglosassone) deriva da una certa rassomiglianza con alcuni fiori degli Ellebori.

In lingua tedesca questa pianta si chiama Rotes Waldvögelein; in francese si chiama Céphalanthère rouge; in inglese si chiama Red Hellborine.

Habitat: vive in boscaglie rade e incolti erbosi, su terreni per lo più calcarei, fino a 1600 m d'altitudine.

Fioritura: marzo-giugno.

   

Such beautifully fragrant blossoms yet hundreds of photos later I can't seem to capture the essence of Frangipani. I've decided an abstract approach works better for me.

Botanical name: Plumeria rubra. Family: Apocynaceae.

Pink Sun Orchid. Found at The Badgers, Sheffield in Tasmania.

Oil on canvas (100X70 Cm.)

 

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A pygmy of a water lily measuring only 6cm / 2.5 inch across blooms in an water garden.

Nymphaea 'Pygmaea Rubra'

Family Nymphaeceae

Ghosh Grove, Rockledge, Florida, USA.

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Rotes Waldvöglein, Orchidee

Fränkische Schweiz 2013

ベニバナミツマタ

Edgeworthia chrysantha Lindl., 1846 'Rubra'

 

Panasonic DMC-G1

Canon New FD 300mm F4L

Canon FD AUTO Extension Ring 25 : 25mm

Canon FD AUTO Extension Ring 50 : 50mm

 

(P)A picture from last year I forgot!A male Longhorn Beetle,Corymba rubra,

Klarenbeek,Holland'Nog een plaatje van vorig jaar!' On Black

Rothalsbock-Käfer - Leptura rubra

Taken in La Ceja, Colombia; Central Andes; 2.300 meters above sea level.

 

Molting immature male, patchy yellow and red.

 

The breeding habitat of Summer Tanager is open wooded areas, especially with oaks, across the southern United States, extending as far north as Iowa. These birds migrate to Mexico, Central America and northern South America. They are often out of sight, foraging high in trees, sometimes flying out to catch insects in flight.

 

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Another of the pasque flowers in my garden ~ after the rain..again!

Created with Mandelbulb 3d.

Tweak of a param by andrea1981g

Varecia rubra

Rode vari

red ruffed lemur

Taken in La Ceja, Colombia; Central Andes; 2.300 meters above sea level.

 

The breeding habitat of Summer Tanager is open wooded areas, especially with oaks, across the southern United States, extending as far north as Iowa. These birds migrate to Mexico, Central America and northern South America. They are often out of sight, foraging high in trees, sometimes flying out to catch insects in flight.

 

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Taken in La Ceja, Colombia; Central Andes; 2.300 meters above sea level.

 

Molting immature male, patchy yellow and red.

 

The breeding habitat of Summer Tanager is open wooded areas, especially with oaks, across the southern United States, extending as far north as Iowa. These birds migrate to Mexico, Central America and northern South America. They are often out of sight, foraging high in trees, sometimes flying out to catch insects in flight.

 

Wikipedia

Taken in La Ceja, Colombia; Central Andes; 2.300 meters above sea level.

The breeding habitat of Summer Tanager is open wooded areas, especially with oaks, across the southern United States, extending as far north as Iowa. These birds migrate to Mexico, Central America and northern South America. They are often out of sight, foraging high in trees, sometimes flying out to catch insects in flight.

Source: Wikipedia

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Taken in La Ceja, Colombia; Central Andes; 2.300 meters above sea level.

 

I think this is a young male, because his colour looks more redish (like an adult male) and not so yellow as his mother.

 

The breeding habitat of Summer Tanager is open wooded areas, especially with oaks, across the southern United States, extending as far north as Iowa. These birds migrate to Mexico, Central America and northern South America. They are often out of sight, foraging high in trees, sometimes flying out to catch insects in flight.

 

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A Thursday flower for you, from my garden, surprise, surprise. Enjoy your day.

Red helleborine. La céphalanthère rouge.

The fabulous frangipani, Plumeria rubra has a stunning flower that people in the tropics and subtropics sometimes take for granted. It grows widely around the warmer parts of Australia, it has a truly beautiful flower and smells so sweet.

 

The Plumeria, or frangipani as it's commonly known, is a small genus in the dogbane family and it contains about eight species from tropical America. They're mainly deciduous or semi evergreen shrubs and small trees and they've got simple, smooth edged leaves on fleshy branches. The Plumeria rubra, or frangipani, is native to Central America, Mexico and Venezuela. It’s known for its beautiful and fragrant flowers, the colours of which can vary enormously from white with a yellow centre, through shades of apricot and right through to pink and even dark red. Plumeria rubra is frost tender, so in Australia it only grows in warm coastal climates. There are lots of frangipani trees in Sydney and they grow in Queensland and around the northern coast to Perth. The frangipani reaches about 8 metres high and can spread as wide as 4.5 metres.

I was trying to take a shot of this red beauty when all of a sudden they started spraying

the plants with a fine mist of water. at first I was annoyed, but it turned out really nice :)

Taken in La Ceja, Colombia; Central Andes; 2.300 meters above sea level.

 

Molting immature male, patchy yellow and red.

 

The breeding habitat of Summer Tanager is open wooded areas, especially with oaks, across the southern United States, extending as far north as Iowa. These birds migrate to Mexico, Central America and northern South America. They are often out of sight, foraging high in trees, sometimes flying out to catch insects in flight.

 

Wikipedia

Nombre científico: Piranga rubra

Nombre común: Piranga Roja - Piranga Abejera

English name: Summer Tanager

Lugar: Medellín - Colombia

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Plumeria rubra acutifolia

native of Mexico and Tropical America

The flowers are used as Leis in Hawaii and other tropical islands

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