MEXICAN FIELD TRIP :

Discovering Pinguicula parvifolia in wild, Camino a Chalma, Morelos.

September 2005

(By Enrique Dada)

 

The State of Morelos in Mexico, 4 950 km with an elevation of 1,000 to 3,300 mts, has a year round temperature of approximately 25C (77F) with low humidity and a raining season from the end of May until September.

 

 

The habitat of Pinguicula parvifolia in Camino, Chalma, Morelos.

Photo : Leticia and Enrique Dada

The habitat of Pinguicula parvifolia in Camino, Chalma, Morelos.

Photo : Leticia and Enrique Dada

The habitat of Pinguicula parvifolia in Camino, Calma, Morelos.

Photo : Leticia and Enrique Dada

The habitat of Pinguicula parvifolia.

Photo : Leticia and Enrique Dada

The habitat of Pinguicula parvifolia.

Photo : Leticia and Enrique Dada

 

The habitat of Pinguicula parvifolia.

Photo : Leticia and Enrique Dada

Pinguicula parvifolia.

Photo : Leticia and Enrique Dada

Pinguicula parvifolia.

Photo : Leticia and Enrique Dada

 

Pinguicula parvifolia.

Photo : Leticia and Enrique Dada

Pinguicula parvifolia.

Photo : Leticia and Enrique Dada

Pinguicula parvifolia.

Photo : Leticia and Enrique Dada

Pinguicula parvifolia.

Photo : Leticia and Enrique Dada

 

Pinguicula parvifolia.

Photo : Leticia and Enrique Dada

Pinguicula parvifolia.

Photo : Leticia and Enrique Dada

 

Pinguicula parvifolia.

Photo : Leticia and Enrique Dada

 

Pinguicula parvifolia.

Photo : Leticia and Enrique Dada

 

Pinguicula parvifolia.

Photo : Leticia and Enrique Dada

 

Pinguicula parvifolia.

Photo : Leticia and Enrique Dada

The flower of Pinguicula parvifolia.

Photo : Leticia and Enrique Dada

The flower of Pinguicula parvifolia.

Photo : Leticia and Enrique Dada

 

The flower of Pinguicula parvifolia.

Photo : Leticia and Enrique Dada

 

More information on Pinguicula parvifolia can be read here : Pinguicula_parvifolia