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Posted by kueda over 3 years ago (Flag)
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it's the same, they grow in high mountain valleys, near the water courses. the name refers the shape of the leaves. (excuse my english)

Posted by amulei over 3 years ago (Flag)
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Caltha sagittata - Photo (c) Jason Hollinger, some rights reserved (CC BY)
loarie's ID: Caltha sagittata, a member of Buttercup family (Family Ranunculaceae)

Que bonita - conosco este genera Caltha de los Estados, pero no conosco los especies de Argentina. Pero soy de acuedo con C. sagittata porque parece que las hojas de son distincto segun otros photos: http://www.flickr.com/photos/becca923/2239782996/

Posted by loarie over 3 years ago (Flag)
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si! es la misma. tambien hay otra especie, C. appendiculata. que tambien crece en los mallines de alta montaña. subo una foto!

Posted by amulei over 3 years ago (Flag)
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loarie's ID: Caltha sagittata, a member of Buttercup family (Family Ranunculaceae)
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