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Symplocarpus foetidus skunk cabbage in wetlands

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Stock photo of Symplocarpus foetidus commonly known as the Skunk Cabbage growing naturally in wetlands beside Marsh Marigolds with white mountain background. Nice close-up and detailed image of Symplocarpus foetidus a foul smelling aquatic plant that grows in temperate regions of the world. This Skunk Cabbage image was take in the mountainous region of Togakushi in central Japan during spring time hence the snow on the mountain in the background. The Skunk Cabbage is not a poisonous plant and its potent odor emitted from the flower or the leaves when crushed is an attractant for pollinators such as flies and bees.

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Stock photo of Symplocarpus foetidus commonly known as the Skunk Cabbage growing naturally in wetlands beside Marsh Marigolds with white mountain background. Nice close-up and detailed image of Symplocarpus foetidus a foul smelling aquatic plant that grows in temperate regions of the world. This Skunk Cabbage image was take in the mountainous region of Togakushi in central Japan during spring time hence the snow on the mountain in the background. The Skunk Cabbage is not a poisonous plant and its potent odor emitted from the flower or the leaves when crushed is an attractant for pollinators such as flies and bees.