The plateau close to the cliff edge boasts almost certainly the largest pop of Cistus creticus, there is plenty of Anthillis hermanniae, and I even saw (from a distance) the only Tetraclinis that I ever saw outside of a garden. And other stuff. Pics below.
- anthyllis hermanniae
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- pyramid orchid
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- tragopogon hybridus
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- cistus creticus
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The asteracea which is found on Comino more frequent than the bermuda sorrel is called Naupilus aquaticus. it grows in arid conditions, so I do not know to what 'aquaticus' is referring!
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