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Kilimanjaro Flora

 
Groundsel
Senecio johnstonii
Young Senecio johnstonii groundsel
  Groundsel  
  Senecio johnstonii  
  Young Senecio johnstonii groundsel  
Dawn on Kilimanjaro
Moss covered tree
Dead tree
  Dawn on Kilimanjaro  
  Moss covered tree  
  Dead tree  
Flora on Kilimanjaro
Flowers at Barranco camp
Giant groundsel (Senecio keniodendron)
  Flora on Kilimanjaro  
  Flowers at Barranco camp  
  Giant groundsel (Senecio keniodendron)  
Fungus growing on rocks
  Fungus growing on rocks  



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