Nov 2, 2009

One more Dyckia species from Dyckia fosteriana Complex

Where? Where is it?
Master in camouflage this Dyckia fosteriana affinis is
strikingly beautiful.

When in wilderness on rocks covered by lichens it gets almost
impossible for you to spot the plant.
It passes absolutely inconspicuous.
I guess it is only do for the rodents use to relish on the foliage.
Only the mos fit survive and the fittest her may mean the better
mixed to its surroundings.

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