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Recent observations

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Date

December 31, 2013

Description

Hojas circulares de un diámtero promedio de un metro. Peciolo largo

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What

Gunnera sp. Genus Gunnera

Observer

sustainableroots

Date

August 1, 2013 08:14 PM EDT

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anita363

Date

January 30, 2011 12:18 PM EST

Description

These have an intracellular cyanobacterial symbiont that fixes nitrogen, allowing the plant to thrive in the mineral volcanic ash soil here. This genus is the only known example of such symbiosis among flowering plants.

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Square

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seanfitzhoward

Date

July 23, 2013 03:19 PM PDT

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No photos or sounds

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seanfitzhoward

Date

July 23, 2013 03:19 PM PDT

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Tiggrx

Date

May 22, 2013

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What

Genus Gunnera Genus Gunnera

Observer

rademacherdan

Date

May 11, 2013 01:25 PM PDT

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germanhdeza

Date

March 9, 2013

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davidr

Date

April 30, 2013

Place

Vancouver (Google, OSM)

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No photos or sounds

Observer

torwart

Date

April 3, 2012

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Square

What

Giant rhubarb Gunnera manicata

Observer

badwound

Date

September 6, 2012 01:56 PM PDT

Description

HUGE leaves!

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Square

Observer

badwound

Date

August 18, 2012
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Description from Wikipedia

The Gunnerales are an order of flowering plants. In the APG III system (2009) it contains two genera: Gunnera (in family Gunneraceae) and Myrothamnus (in family Myrothamnaceae). In the Cronquist system (1981), the Gunneraceae were in the Haloragales and Myrothamnaceae in the Hamamelidales. DNA analysis was definitive, but the grouping of both families was a surprise, given their very dissimilar morphologies. In Cronquist's old system (1981, 1988), and Takhtajan's (1997), the Gunneraceae were in the Rosidae,...

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