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Old May 9th, 2015, 06:53 AM
Dr Klaus Schmitt Dr Klaus Schmitt is offline
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Default Star-of-Bethlehem multispectral

This Star-of-Bethlehem flower has a less prominent UV pattern, its petals however are very UV bright around 370nm, its center is a bit darker in UV and shows a shifted reflection to about 380nm and all this gets nicely visible, also in simulated bee vision.
Klaus my normal photographic work my ultraviolet (UV) work
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