|Asarum caudatum (Long-tailed ginger, British Columbia wild ginger)|
Ginger is interesting because the flowers are below the level of leaves. This is the first time I've been able to identify it in the field. I learned what this plant looked like from an ornamental variety at a nursery.
|Altitude:||980m (3215 feet)|
|Date:||Sunday, July 5th, 2009 at 10:36 AM|
|Exposure:||1/6 sec at f6.3|
|Lens:||17-55mm f/2.8G ID ED DX AF-S Zoom-Nikkor at 18mm
(equivalent field of view of a 27mm lens on a 35mm camera)
|Region:||North America, Canada, British Columbia|
|Scientific Name:||species related to Asarum caudatum (Long-tailed ginger, British Columbia wild ginger)|
|Larger image:||2000 x 1328|
|Raw image:||4288 x 2848|
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