Tarflower Local & Distant

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The tarflower (Bejaria racemosa) has flowered gloriously at the south Oslo Riverfront Conservation Area this year. Steve Goff (Class of 2006), Pelican Island Audubon Society treasurer, provides scale in the picture above taken on 6/15/2014.

Tarflower also was abundant at Archbold Biological Station located in Venus, Florida, in these pictures taken on 6/20/2014, blooming along one of its nature trails …
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… and near its one of its ingenious interpretive signs …
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… and with its Adrian Archbold Lodge in the background …
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Plants were in flower and beginning to form seed capsules …
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