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Deutsch: Schöne Akelei (Aquilegia formosa) in Illinois, USA.
English: A specimen of Aquilegia formosa in Illinois, USA.
Français : Une ancolie, Aquilegia formosa. Photo prise dans l'Illinois, aux États-Unis, où cette espèce est indigène.
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English: Crimson Columbine (Aquilegia formosa), an American native known for its nodding flowers with red spurs.

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