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Enchanted Learning® Photoblog      Posted August 20, 2013   4:19 pm

Tulip Flower
Tulip Flower

The inside of a tulip flower, with threefold symmetry.

The six stamens, the male, pollen-producing parts, are arranged in a circle, with the female part, called the pistil, in the center. You can see the green three-part stigma at the top of the pistil; that's what catches pollen.

Genus Tulipa

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Date taken: April 22, 2013
Place taken: Mercer Island, WA, USA
Mitchell Spector
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