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Old May 9th, 2015, 06:51 AM
Dr Klaus Schmitt Dr Klaus Schmitt is offline
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Default Flax flower multispectral

This Flax flower has a less prominent UV pattern, its petals however are quite UV bright around 380nm, its center is dark in UV forming the typical bullseye pattern and there are also UV dark veins visible leading to the UV dark center, where the nectar is and all this gets nicely visible, also in simulated bee vision.
Klaus my normal photographic work my ultraviolet (UV) work
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