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Adonis vernalis [Spring Pheasant's Eye]

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#1 A.S.

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Posted 17 April 2017 - 18:22

Schubert, A. 2017. Adonis vernalis L. (Ranunculaceae) Spring Pheasant's Eye. Flowers photographed in visible, ultraviolet and infrared light. http://www.ultraviol...-pheasants-eye/

Mallnow, Brandenburg, Germany
09 Apr 2017
Wildflower

Other Common Names
EN: Pheasant's Eye; Yellow Pheasant's Eye
DE: Frühlings-Adonisröschen; Frühlings-Adonis


Visible Light: Olympus E-PL1, Soligor 35mm f/3.5, Sunlight, f/8 for 1/400" @ ISO-200, UV/IR Cut filter.
Attached Image: P4091869-VIS-Soligor35mm_Adonis-vernalis_small_.jpg
Image reference: P4091869-VIS-Soligor35mm_Adonis-vernalis_small_.jpg

Ultraviolet Light: Olympus E-PL1, Soligor 35mm f/3.5, Sunlight, f/8 for 1" @ ISO-400, Baader U 2" (Venus) filter.
Attached Image: P4091867-UV-Soligor35mm_Adonis-vernalis_small_.jpg
Image reference: P4091867-UV-Soligor35mm_Adonis-vernalis_small_.jpg

Infrared: Olympus E-PL1, Soligor 35mm f/3.5, Sunlight, f/8 for 1/800" @ ISO-200, Zomei IR 720 filter.
Attached Image: P4091870-IR720nm-Soligor35mm_Adonis-vernalis_small_.jpg
Image reference: P4091870-IR720nm-Soligor35mm_Adonis-vernalis_small_.jpg


References
1. Wikipedia (Apr 2017) Adonis vernalis. https://en.wikipedia...Adonis_vernalis
2. Wikipedia (Apr 2017) Frühlings-Adonisröschen. https://de.wikipedia...nisr%C3%B6schen


[Published: 17 Apr 2017]

Edited by A.S., 20 April 2017 - 15:59.


#2 Andrea B.

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Posted 19 April 2017 - 17:39

Andreas, thank you for this nice addition to our UV-signature catalogue.

This flower looks as though it has an interesting grooved texture on the petals.

We need to add a reference. I think that Wikipedia has probably improved enough these last few years, that it would be acceptable to use their Adonis vernalis entry as a reference.
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#3 A.S.

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Posted 19 April 2017 - 18:00

To add this Wikipedia entry as a reference is a good idea. To be honest I have used the German and English Wikipedia entry as references.

Do you going to add this reference or should I add it?

#4 Andrea B.

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Posted 20 April 2017 - 04:55

Please go ahead and add the reference of your choice.

I don't like to alter anyone's post unless it is just a typo correction or a very small edit. :)
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