Trollius europaeus

Trollius europaeus

European plant member of Ranunculaceae family; contains protoanemonin; causes abdominal pain, stomatitis, diarrhea. Called also globeflower.
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Trollius europaeus, the British native globe flower, is a denizen of boggy areas but manages equally well in gardens that are only moderately moist but never dry out.
petraea, Fraxinus excelsior, Ulmus glabra, Prunus avium y Sambucus nigra y con herbaceas de gran interes regional como Ranunculus valdessii, Gymnocarpium dryopteris, Trollius europaeus, Streptopus amplexifolius, Phyteuma spicatum, Valeriana officinalis, Paris quadrifolia, etc.
The globeflower, or Trollius Europaeus, is a native Czech species, which Optaglio has captured through combining achromatic elements (for the petals) with static and stere-ographic 3D images to produce an image with great depth and solidity.
If all this talk of the Himalayas makes you feel giddy, the common globeflower, Trollius europaeus, may be just the cure.
In contrast, the other three known pollinating seed-consuming interactions are mutualistic, and each has been referred to as a highly specialized, coevolved system: (1) Trollius europaeus and Chiastocheta flies (Pellmyr 1989, 1992), (2) figs and fig wasps (Janzen 1979, Wiebes 1979, Bronstein 1987, Kjellberg et al.
The senita and senita-moth mutualism is the sixth known case of interaction of pollination with seed consumption; other cases include figs and fig wasps, yucca and yucca moths, Trollius europaeus and Chiastocheta flies, Lithophragma and Greya moths, and Silene and Hadena moths.
Although Trollius europaeus is related to buttercups and is called the "common globe flower", it is one of the loveliest plants for late spring.