Flowering bud of field corn poppy

Flowering bud of field corn poppy

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This image is part of the sequence Flowers: Opening of a Corn (Field) poppy and the seed pod (capsule)

Credit: CLAUDE NURIDSANY & MARIE PERENNOU/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY.

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Caption: Photograph of a flowering bud of the field (corn) poppy Papaver rhoeas, showing the exposure of the folded red petals by the upward movement of the protective, cap-like sepals. Here, the protective "bonnet" of sepals sits on top of the petals which have begun to unfold. The field poppy flourishes wild on railway banks, meadows & in poorly sprayed fields. They produce no nectar, but are prolific sources of pollen for bees, which are attracted by the bright colour of the petals. Fourth in a sequence of five photographs.

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Keywords: botany, bud, corn, corn poppy, field poppy, flower, flowering, flowers, nature, papaver rhoeas, plant, plants, poppy, still life, still-life, type

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