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|Copyright: Gert Paassen (Gert-Paassen)
|Date de prise de vue: 2010-03-24|
|Exposition: f/16, 1/400 secondes|
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|Date de soumission: 2010-03-26 3:19|
|[Ligne directrice - Note] Note du photographe [Néerlandais]|
|The same specie as the yesterday posting here on TN from this beautiful springflower.|
Yesterday it was the pink colour and today the white one.
This specie are on the Red list in the Netherlands and so protected by federal law
I hope you like it and thanks for looking and critiques.
Latin name - Corydalis cava
Corydalis yanhusuo is a species used primarily in Chinese herbal medicine. C. gariana, native to the Himalayas, is used medicinally in India. A related species, Corydalis cava, is used in European herbalism. Another closely related species, is Corydalis canadensis (also called Dicentra canadensis) and known by the common name corydalis or turkey corn, is found in North America. There are other species of Corydalis found throughout the world. Although the names are somewhat confusing, many are used by herbal therapists in similar ways and are included under the umbrella label corydalis.
C. cava is a perennial that grows in shady forests. It is native to southern Europe and has spread throughout the continent. C. cava grows to a height of about 11 in (30 cm). Its flowers range in color from red to yellowish to white, with occasional lilac, brownish-red, or dark blue flowers. The tubers (knobby, fleshy underground stems) are used medicinally. Alternative names for the North American species of corydalis include turkey corn, squirrel corn, and early fumitory.
In Western medicine, the various corydalis species are used to treat shaking and involuntary tremors. They can be used to treat people with Parkinson's disease. Corydalis is also used as a painkiller; a diuretic; a sedative that slows the pulse and depresses the central nervous system; and a tonic that invigorates the circulation. Occasionally it is used to treat mild forms of depression. In fact, the uses of the various corydalis species are surprisingly similar around the world.
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Βeautiful capture, nice sorf colours and light, sharp details.
TFS, best regards,
- [2010-03-26 7:12]
very special and unique presentation of this special flower. I have never seen one light this, corrugated petals and unique formations.
ze blijven mooi !!deze witte
super scherp en mooie kleuren ,goed te zien van knop naar bloem
en mooi zachte achtergrond
- [2010-03-26 9:46]
Prachtig weer. Ik zou niet weten wat er op aan te merken is. De achtergrond past uitstekend bij de andere zachte kleuren. Perfecte scherpte.
Hoop toch nog meer van je te zien.
Groet en prettig weekend,
- [2010-03-26 14:28]
Fantastic shot of this Corydalis cava, superb composition. Superb detail, and excellent bright colours. Very sharp and clear.
Thanks for posting.Best regards Siggi
Fine composition with such nice colours and excellent contrast.
Great blurred background and POV.
- [2010-03-26 16:23]
The pink were spectacular but the white are beautiful too. Once again the colors, details and composition are excellent. Our cacti are beginning to bloom but I would much rather see your lovely flowers.
Wonderful this lovely flower of this spring.
I like the details and colors.
- [2010-03-27 1:21]
I like the great details and the beautiful BG.
- [2010-03-27 3:10]
dezelfde soort, maar een andere post van grote waarde.
Superb en de macro, gefeliciteerd.
Een prachtige zaterdag,
Très belle macro valorisant bien le sujet.
A bientôt sur TN pour de nouvelles aventures.