Welsh poppy

Welsh poppy

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Caption: Welsh poppy. Close-up of a Welsh poppy flower (Meconopsis cambrica). The central carpel (green) is the female reproductive structure. It is surrounded by a ring of stamens (male reproductive structures) that consist of pollen-producing anthers on the end of stalk-like filaments. The flower is fertilized when pollen lands on the cross-shaped stigma at the top of the carpel, and travels down the style to the ovary at the carpel's base. The Welsh poppy is found in woods and rocky areas, where it flowers in midsummer.

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