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Two red Antirrhinum majus flowers with a yellow center covered in raindrops
antirrhinum majus
Antirrhinum majus (Snapdragon)

Native to the Mediterranean region. It is known for its distinctive flower shape, which resembles a dragon's mouth that opens and closes when gently squeezed. Snapdragons are widely distributed around the world as an ornamental. They are biennial or short-lived perennial plants and can reach a height of up to 3 feet, depending on the variety and have upright stems and lance-shaped leaves. Snapdragons have a wide range of flower colors. The flowers typically have two large and two small petals, giving them their unique mouth-like appearance. This distinctive shape serves as a mechanism to prevent certain insects from accessing the nectar, while allowing longer-tongued pollinators like bees and butterflies to reach it. Photographed in Bogotá and the department of Quindio, Colombia.

Antirrhinum majus pink and red flowers with yellow centers
Light pink and dark pink Antirrhinum majus flowers with yellow centers
An Antirrhinum majus inflorescent with purple pink flowers
Antirrhinum majus pink flowers with yellow enters
Multicolored Antirrhinum majus flowers in a garden
A white Antirrhinum majus flower with a yellow center covered in raindrops
Antirrhinum majus flower with orange, yellow and red colors
Antirrhinum majus mix-colored flowers

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