Caiophora / Cajophora horrida flower on rocky hillside above Calderillas Valley, Cordillera de Sama Biological Reserve, Bolivia
Caiophora / Cajophora horrida is a member of the Loasaceae family and fairly common in the Andes of Bolivia and also Peru. Like all members of the family, they hairs / spines on the leaves can give you a powerful sting, touching them is not recommended!
Photograph ID: SamaNP2018.254
Photo © James Brunker, Magical Andes Photography 2018
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