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Wordless Wednesday: Moraea Loubseri

Moraea Loubseri - Discovered in 1973 by Johan W. Loubser, South Africa
I learned about this beautiful flower from a friend of mine who happens to be Johan W. Loubser's daughter-in-law.  The flower grows in the southwest Cape, and was thought to be extinct sometime in the mid 2000s.  But then last year, someone found two specimens!  Hopefully, we can keep this beauty from extinction for a while longer.


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