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Malvaviscus arboreus

Malvaviscus arboreus

Malvaviscus arboreus

Malvaviscus arboreus

Malvaviscus arboreus

Malvaviscus arboreus

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Turk's cap (Malvaviscus arboreus) belongs to the Malvaceae (the Mallow family). It is a small evergreen tree that is distributed from Mexico to Central America and South America. This tree grows in tropical rainforests and pine forests, and up to about 3 m in height. The leaves are shallow 3 fissures and covered with hairs. The small red flowers come upwards from summer to fall. They are characterized by the fact that the petal does not open and the style protrudes from the corolla. 
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Shu Suehiro
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