Archive for 'Vitaceae'

Cissus subaphylla

During my visit a few of the plants had leaves, but none flowers. Aperture: ƒ/22 Camera: NIKON D4 Focal length: 210mm ISO: 1250 Shutter speed: 1/320 s

Cissus subaphylla

I found none is bloom, only fruits not ripe yet. Aperture: ƒ/22 Camera: NIKON D4 Focal length: 210mm ISO: 1250 Shutter speed: 1/320 s

Cissus erosa

The inflorescence looks very similar to the Stingray Vine (Cissus spinosa), but the long and slender leaves of this one is very dissimilar to spinosa. Aperture: ƒ/20 Camera: NIKON D4 Focal length: 210mm ISO: 1600 Shutter speed: 1/500 s

Cissus erosa

The inflorescence looks very similar to the Stingray Vine (Cissus spinosa), but the long and slender leaves of this one is very dissimilar to spinosa. Aperture: ƒ/20 Camera: NIKON D4 Focal length: 210mm ISO: 1600 Shutter speed: 1/500 s

Stingray Vine (Cissus spinosa)

The soil on this part of Pantanal (between Corumbá and Miranda) is in many places fine sand – just like a desert or a beach. This species was climbing on the vegetation bordering the forested islands, and sometimes also the fences of Pousada Xaraés. Aperture: ƒ/9 Camera: NIKON D3S Focal length: 210mm ISO: 100 Shutter […]

Stingray Vine (Cissus spinosa)

The soil on this part of Pantanal (between Corumbá and Miranda) is in many places fine sand – just like a desert or a beach. This species was climbing on the vegetation bordering the forested islands, and sometimes also the fences of Pousada Xaraés. It also grows alongside rivers, and sometimes grows to dense carpets […]

Stingray Vine (Cissus spinosa)

The soil on this part of Pantanal (between Corumbá and Miranda) is in many places fine sand – just like a desert or a beach. This species was climbing on the vegetation bordering the forested islands, and sometimes also the fences of Pousada Xaraés. It also grows alongside rivers, and sometimes grows to dense carpets […]