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Modified 1-Jul-10
Created 1-Jul-10
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Soap Plants send up a tall stalk, covered with buds. Every late afternoon, a few flowers blossom on each stalk. Pollinators, especially flies, crowd around; they have only one afternoon at this flower. Also, a waiting Hawk takes flight after a passing bird; see "A Day at a Time" for the images other than macros.
Native Bee on California Broom (Lotus scoparius var. scoparius)Sticky Monkey (Mimulus aurantiacus)Soap Plant in Bloom (Chlorogalum pomeridianum var. pomeridianum)Pollinators on Soap PlantInsects around Soap PlantInsects on Soap PlantInsects on Soap PlantPollinator on Soap PlantPollinator on Soap Plant