Western White Trillium Seedpod
I thought this was worth taking the photograph. Western trilliums are a delight to every hiker in the forests of the Pacific Northwest. They bloom early in the spring, they stand out in sharp white contrast to the dark and evergreen enormity of the deep woods, and after fading to pink or purple before eventually withering up, they are often forgotten. Pictured here is the pollinated seedpod of the trillium, which is done by solely by ants.
- © 2014
- Image Size
- 6000x4000 / 17.2MB
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- Contained in galleries
- Melanthiaceae (Trillium and Death Camas Family)