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Daffodil (Narcissus sp.), close-up : Stock Photo
Colour photogram. Daffodils are a showy-blossomed plant (genus Narcissus) of the Amaryllis family, native chiefly to Asia and the Mediterranean region but now widely distributed. The genus includes the yellow daffodil (N. pseudo-narcissus).

Daffodil (Narcissus sp.), close-up

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Colour photogram. Daffodils are a showy-blossomed plant (genus Narcissus) of the Amaryllis family, native chiefly to Asia and the Mediterranean region but now widely distributed. The genus includes the yellow daffodil (N. pseudo-narcissus).
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BC0319-001
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Tim Flach
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The Image Bank
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