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Discussion in 'Identification Area' started by wiseowl, Dec 5, 2017.

  1. wiseowl

    wiseowl Friendly Owl Admin Staff Member

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    Good afternoon I feel that I should know this but the name escapes me:smile:

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    Looks like a Papaver Poppy to me Woo :)
     
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      Papaver somniferum AKA Opium Poppy

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      • Cliff1932

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        I haven't a clue what the name is, but I saw one last year it is a wild flower that I saw on a floodplane it looks good in the photo but it is much nicer than a photo when you see the real plant
         

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