Broomrape (Aeginetia indica)

Broomrape (Aeginetia indica)

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Credit: ROYAL BOTANIC GARDEN EDINBURGH/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Broomrape flower (Aeginetia indica). This plant is holoparasitic. It is completely parasitic and has no chlorophyll, which means it cannot photosynthesise. Photographed in the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.

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