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Cerastium uniflorum

Mouse-ear chickweed. Thrives on lime-poor scree in alpine to nival altitudes (2,000 - 3,500m), where actually only lichens and mosses occur. (Seen while descending from Grosser Ilfinger (South Tyrol, Italy) to an altitude of approx. 2,550 m.)

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Einblütiges Hornkraut. Gedeiht auf kalkarmem Schutt in alpinen bis nivalen Höhenlagen (2.000 - 3.500m), wo eigentlich nur noch Flechten und Moose vorkommen. (Gesehen beim Abstieg vom Großen Ilfinger (Südtirol, Italien) auf ca. 2.550 m Höhe.)
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13 comments

Marie-claire Gallet said:

WOWWWWWW!!! Alles was ich so gern habe, Bernard !!!!!!!!!!
9 days ago ( translate )

HappySnapper said:

Pretty little Alpine succulent.
9 days ago ( translate )

Nicole Merdrignac said:

Superbe capture. Nicole.
9 days ago ( translate )

Clickity Click said:

Amazing to see such a lovely plant growing in the mountain terrain. Thanks also for your visits and faves Bernard.
9 days ago

Bergfex said:

Danke euch für euer Feedback!
Und nun ab in die Ferien!
9 days ago ( translate )

Pam J said:

Exquisite !
8 days ago ( translate )

Jaap van 't Veen said:

Wow, what a beautiful alpine flowers Bernhard.
8 days ago

cp_u said:

wunderschön!
8 days ago ( translate )

Larry Drummond said:

Beautiful delicate detail !
8 days ago ( translate )

Helmer Lortz said:

Schöne Ferien!
8 days ago ( translate )

Manfred said:

...herrlich! ***
8 days ago ( translate )

neira-Dan said:

une belle rencontre bien capturée
7 days ago ( translate )

Trudy Tuinstra said:

lovely little flower
7 days ago ( translate )