Saffron crocus (Saffron sativus) flower

Saffron crocus (Saffron sativus) flower

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Credit: BOB GIBBONS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Saffron crocus (Saffron sativus) flower. The culinary spice saffron is derived from the styles and stigmata (red), the female parts, of saffron crocus flowers. Here, the male parts of the flower, the anthers and stamens, can also be seen covered in pollen (yellow). Photographed in Kozani, Greece.

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