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Bosnian Lily Plitvice Lakes (Plitvicka-Jezera National Park), Croatia (June, 2016).<br />
I have been told in Project Noah that it is Lillium bosniacum, endemic of this area. Croatia,Geotagged,Lilium bosniacum,Spring Click/tap to enlarge Species introCountry intro

Bosnian Lily

Plitvice Lakes (Plitvicka-Jezera National Park), Croatia (June, 2016).
I have been told in Project Noah that it is Lillium bosniacum, endemic of this area.

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  1. It is indeed the Bosnian lily... Very beautiful flower! I have never seen it in Plitvice Lakes... Maybe I look at waterfalls too much :) Posted 10 months ago
    1. Haha! There was only one, unfortunately as I would like them to be more spread. I was lucky to notice it. I guess it is because I am always on the lookout for nice bugs and plants wherever I go :-) Posted 10 months ago
      1. There were tons of them in Montenegro this summer. I couldn't believe to see them in such numbers. It was almost like dandelions - all yellow... Posted 10 months ago
        1. Nice! we should check Montenegro for future holidays!D I hear many good things from this land :-) Posted 10 months ago
          1. Stick to the mountains in the north ;) Posted 10 months ago

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''Lilium bosniacum'' is a lily native to Bosnia and Herzegovina. It's also known as ''Zlatni Ljiljan'' and ''Bosanski Ljiljan'' . ''L. bosniacum'' has often been lumped and split and lumped again.

Similar species: Lilies, Supplejacks, Etc.
Species identified by Patomarazul
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Uploaded Jul 29, 2016. Captured May 31, 2016 14:14 in Unnamed Road, 53231, Plitvički Ljeskovac, Croatia.
  • SP-100EE
  • f/2.9
  • 10/12500s
  • ISO125
  • 4.3mm