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Fuschia flowers!Fuchsia is a genus of flowering plants that consists mostly of shrubs or small trees. The first, Fuchsia triphylla, was discovered on the Caribbean island of Hispaniola (present day Dominican Republic and Haiti) in 1703 by the French Minim monk and botanist, Charles Plumier. He named the new genus after the renowned German botanist Leonhart Fuchs (1501to1566) The Fuchsia flower has four long, slender sepals and four shorter, broader petals; in many species the sepals are bright red and the petals purple (colours that attract the hummingbirds that pollinate them), but the colours can vary from white to dark red, purple-blue, and even orange.For those interested, the anatomy is as follows:1:at the top the green stem is the PEDICLE2:the thicker bit of green is the OVARY3:then you have the (red here) TEPALS4:the mauve petals are the COROLLA5:there are 8 aATAMEN/FILAMENTS/ANTHERS6: And finally: the STYLE or PISTIL, with at the end:7:the STIGMA: the sticky tip of a flower pistil, on which pollen is deposited at the beginning of pollination

© 2013 Magda Indigo

Mountain trogon, Trogon mexicanus, and bare-throated Featured Related Images Print

Mountain trogon, Trogon mexicanus, and bare-throated

Mountain trogon, Trogon mexicanus, and bare-throated bellbird, Procnias nudicollis.. Chromolithograph by unknown artist/engraver from Mary and Elizabeth Kirby's Beautiful Birds in Far-Off Lands, T. Nelson, London, 1872. Mary Kirby (1817-1893) and Elizabeth Kirby (1823-1873) were two Victorian sisters who wrote many natural history books for children

© Florilegius / Mary Evans

Male splendid sunbird (Cinnyris coccinigastrus), the Gambia Featured Related Images Print

Male splendid sunbird (Cinnyris coccinigastrus), the Gambia

The splendid sunbird (Cinnyris coccinigastrus) is a sunbird. The sunbirds are a group of very small Old World passerine birds which feed largely on nectar, although they will also take insects, especially when feeding young.
Their flight is fast and direct on short wings. Most species can take nectar by hovering like a hummingbird, but usually perch to feed most of the time.
The splendid sunbird breeds in west and central tropical Africa

© 2016 Frans Sellies