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Wildflower Fields painting — Atelier, Sint-Martens-Latem, Belgium

Lotus Corniculatus

Lotus Corniculatus or bird's-foot trefoil is a common yellow flowering plant, native to large parts of Europe and similar in appearance to some clovers (in Dutch, we call it 'rolklaver'). This perennial plant is important for some threatened species of butterflies and for bumblebees, and vice versa... This is yet another fine example of the entanglement of our fauna and flora that form a biotope as a whole, in which the balance depends on each of its components. The 'Lotus Corniculatus' canvas represents this delicate balance and its vibrant colours illustrate the wonderful diversity within nature.


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