Single floret from a compound flower (The Common Daisy; Bellis perennis) with two small pollen sticking to the tip of the pistil. Florets from the border of the influorescence have developped a special morphology with five long clean and seamlessly adnate white sepals, in order to attract pollinators.
Daisy Floret – I
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