Another post for the flower detectives ;)

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    • #2135
      ekipero
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      Hi all,

      I’ve got another case for all you “Flower detectives” out there hehe.
      Saw these in someone’s garden as I was walking down the street but I was in quite a rush and couldn’t stop for more than a few secs to take a pic with the phone camera.
      I hope the pics are enough to help you identify them, they are probably the weirdest flowers I’ve seen in my life, not only because of the color and shape but because of those really strange growths on the top?!?!

      Anyone who can help me with this will have my eternal gratitude!
      Thanks to all 🙂


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    • #30776
      mothorc
      Participant

      passifloraceae
      and yours is passiflora sp

    • #30779
      opuntia
      Participant

      Family: Passifloraceae
      Genus: Passiflora
      Species:Passiflora edulis 😀

    • #30781
      MrMistery
      Participant

      Looks like we have some really good flower detectives here at biology online.
      We should have an advert on google: “Flower identification service! Only 0.99$ a flower!” No? Just a suggestion, you don’t have to shout… 😆

    • #30791
      opuntia
      Participant

      Good idea…we can do that at a lower price like 0.25$ per detected flower 😉

    • #30792
      MrMistery
      Participant

      Ok, but the administration team gets 15% of the income. Rest goes to the detective. Agreed?

    • #30816
      ekipero
      Participant

      Hey you guys are great, that was REALLY fast!!!

      Ok sincce you’re that great and I have to start having some plants in my terrace I’m going to put up another post for you to identify 😉

      Thank you very much!!!

    • #30817
      opuntia
      Participant
      quote MrMistery:

      Ok, but the administration team gets 15% of the income. Rest goes to the detective. Agreed?

      15% 😯 that’s toooo much for them, they’ll have to take 5% or none! 8)

    • #30839
      MrMistery
      Participant

      If you don’t like it, find another forum to detect in 😀

    • #30841
      opuntia
      Participant

      In that case, we’ll give all the income to them! 8)
      I’m very generous… 😆

    • #30844
      MrMistery
      Participant

      Yes you are. But 15% is enough 😀
      Who ever said dictatureship with an iron fist is a mistake? 😀 8)

    • #30846
      opuntia
      Participant
      quote MrMistery:

      Who ever said dictature with an iron fist is a mistake? 😀 8)

      Oh 😯 , It’s a mistake…people won’t like you if you are iron fisted so it’s better to be generous. 8)

    • #30866
      Winter
      Participant

      lol, i think that we should charge more, so there will be more cash to go around. 😉

      after all, detective work is hard and requires huge amounts of stamina and perseverance , not to mention being willing to sit in front of the computer screen for so long that you start to turn green… 😈

    • #30892
      MrMistery
      Participant

      It’s one of the basic principles of the free market economy. The more you charge, the less customers you have… We should strat out first with small fees until we assure our position of leaders on the “flower detectives” market.

      What was that about turning green? :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

    • #30917
      opuntia
      Participant

      I think that’s a good way…but as soon as the cost of detection goes up, we’ll lose all our customers. 😆

    • #30934
      MrMistery
      Participant

      Not if they know we are the best

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