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Aarti S. Khale

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Jan 3, 2010, 12:09:46 AM1/3/10
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This is a closeup of the same flowers,taken same time.
If you could kindly identify it.
With regards,
Aarti Khale

 
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Jan 3, 2010, 6:32:54 AM1/3/10
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Looks like Common Gorse - Ulex europaeus, but I'll allow it could be a related species as there are about 20 species of Ulex.
 
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lavkumar khachar

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Jan 3, 2010, 6:39:58 AM1/3/10
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They are indeed Gorse. The plant is an escapee brought in by the British colonizers. I am not sure how badly this intruder has affected the ecosystem but it is beautiful. It also shows that the hill slopes are being over grazed by domestic animals.

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Aarti S. Khale

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Jan 3, 2010, 2:01:09 PM1/3/10
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Thanks a lot for the name.
Regards,
Aarti

On Jan 3, 3:32 pm, MAX OVERTON <maxover...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> Looks like Common Gorse - Ulex europaeus, but I'll allow it could be a related species as there are about 20 species of Ulex.
>
> Max
>

> Novels by Max and/or Ariana Overtonhttp://www.maxoverton.com 


>
> The Lion of Scythia Trilogy (Lion of Scythia, The Golden King, Funeral in Babylon); The Glass House Trilogy (Glass House, A Glass Darkly, Looking Glass); A Cry of Shadows, The Devil is in the Details,  Trapdoor, Tapestry,  Scarab - Akhenaten (Book 1 of the Amarnan Kings), Scarab - Smenkhkare (Book 2 of the Amarnan Kings), Scarab - Tutankhamen (Book 3 of the Amarnan Kings), Scarab - Ay (Book 4 of the Amarnan Kings), Rakshasa (Book 1 of the Demon series), Djinn (Book 2 of the Demon series), Glass Continuum, Ascension
> Works in Progress: Sequestered, Scarab - Horemheb (Book 5 of the Amarnan Kings), Succubus (Book 3 of the Demon series)
>
> Also check outhttp://julesphotographiccreations.blogspot.com/
>

> Date: Sun, 3 Jan 2010 09:09:46 +0400
> Subject: [indiantreepix:25900] Closeup of the same flowers

> From: aarti.kh...@gmail.com

Aarti S. Khale

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Jan 3, 2010, 2:01:52 PM1/3/10
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Thanks for the info.
Regards,
Aarti

On Jan 3, 3:39 pm, lavkumar khachar <lavkumarkhac...@gmail.com> wrote:
> They are indeed Gorse. The plant is an escapee brought in by the
> British colonizers. I am not sure how badly this intruder has affected the
> ecosystem but it is beautiful. It also shows that the hill slopes are being
> over grazed by domestic animals.
>
> Lavkumar Khachar.
>
>
>

> On Sun, Jan 3, 2010 at 5:02 PM, MAX OVERTON <maxover...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> >  Looks like Common Gorse - *Ulex europaeus, *but I'll allow it could be a
> > related species as there are about 20 species of *Ulex.*
>
> > Max
>
> > Novels by Max and/or Ariana Overtonhttp://www.maxoverton.com


>
> > The Lion of Scythia Trilogy (Lion of Scythia, The Golden King, Funeral in
> > Babylon); The Glass House Trilogy (Glass House, A Glass Darkly, Looking
> > Glass); A Cry of Shadows, The Devil is in the Details,  Trapdoor,
> > Tapestry,  Scarab - Akhenaten (Book 1 of the Amarnan Kings), Scarab -
> > Smenkhkare (Book 2 of the Amarnan Kings), Scarab - Tutankhamen (Book 3 of
> > the Amarnan Kings), Scarab - Ay (Book 4 of the Amarnan Kings), Rakshasa
> > (Book 1 of the Demon series), Djinn (Book 2 of the Demon series), Glass
> > Continuum, Ascension
> > Works in Progress: Sequestered, Scarab - Horemheb (Book 5 of the Amarnan
> > Kings), Succubus (Book 3 of the Demon series)
>
> > Also check outhttp://julesphotographiccreations.blogspot.com/
>

> > ------------------------------


> > Date: Sun, 3 Jan 2010 09:09:46 +0400
> > Subject: [indiantreepix:25900] Closeup of the same flowers

> > From: aarti.kh...@gmail.com


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> >  This is a closeup of the same flowers,taken same time.
> > If you could kindly identify it.
> > With regards,
> > Aarti Khale
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> > DSCN6607.JPG
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