Dissection (2 of 4)

Pyrola Asarifolia (Bog Wintergreen)

Habitat:

Inflorescence/flowers (as you can see there are not a lot of leaves except for the small attachment at the base of the pedicel) :

Petals (note adnation of stamens fused with petals) :

Sepals:

Stamens:

Carpel:

Pistil:

Ovary:

 

One comment

  1. Thanks Kat, this one turned out very nicely, the images are very good! The small leaf-like structures are bracts subtending each flower. Since there are no leaves on the stem this habit is called scapose and the leaves occur in a basal rosette.

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