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Hi all, during my australian trip of this summer here in France, I had the chance to see Cephalotus in wild.

The place where they grow:


unfortunately, the plants grow in the middle of the cliff which was too breakable to climb up. It explains the bad quality of many of these photos...




The yellow spot near the plant, is a coin of 50 euro cents to give scale (approx 25mm or 1 inch), it was one of the rare plants than I was able to reach



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Hi George,

yes, I was looking for Ceph in a wetland when the only man I saw this day asked me what I was looking for. I answered that i was looking for cephalotus. Then, this man who knows where cephalotus grows showed me a place where i could find it.

I'm very lucky to find this man...

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  • 1 month later...

I love photos of plants in habitat.

It must have been hard work getting there.

Thanks for the pics

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