Dave Kennard

Dave Kennard

Posted on 05/23/2013


Photo taken on May 23, 2013


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Life
Angiosperms
Viola tricolor hortensis
Malpighiales
Flowering Plants
Biota
Dicotyledons
UV Photography
IR Photography
Alsodeiaceae
Leoniaceae
Retrosepalaceae
Heartsease
Viola tricolor
Violaceae
Infrared
Viola
Vitae
Plants
Ultraviolet
Plantae
Magnoliophyta
Magnoliopsida
Pansy
Eukaryota
Violets
Wild pansy


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Pansy [Vis UV IR]

Pansy [Vis UV IR]
A Pansy (Viola tricolor) flower photographed in visible light, ultraviolet light, and infrared light. There do not appear to be any UV visible nectar guides, but damage to the flower's petals is more obvious in UV. The markings around the centre of the flower are most prominent in visible light, but can still be seen in ultraviolet and infrared light as well.

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